01-08-2021 · Home / Alberta Politics / More bad news for UCP as poll by Leger shows NDP leading in Edmonton, Calgary and even rural Alberta Alberta Premier Jason Kenney was trying to shore up the United Conservative Party’s rural base in Strathmore, east of Calgary, yesterday (Photo: Twitter/Jason Kenney).
03-06-2021 · And according to The Western Standard, this poll has the NDP leading in Calgary with 36.6%, 4 points ahead of the UCP. If the NDP take Calgary and Edmonton and form government and the WIP takes most of the rest of Alberta, UCP could be obliterated in the next election. All that being said, the UCP are still at the same level they were in January.
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