09 May, 2017
A provincial election will be held on Tuesday.
Meanwhile NDP leader John Horgan campaigned in the populous Vancouver suburb of Surrey, repeating a platform promise to introduce C$10-a-day childcare and pledging to build a second hospital in the area. He will be accompanied by his family, including his 19-year-old son who will vote for the first time.
The same percentage said they'd vote for the NDP, followed by 15 per cent who'd opt to throw their support behind Andrew Weaver's Green Party.
The online survey of a representative sample of British Columbians shows that the approval rating for all three leaders improved as the campaign progressed.
Which party might be winning the race at this point is anyone's guess.
The rest said they either hadn't decided or would support one of B.C.'s smaller parties or independent candidates.
He says the Mainstreet polling shows that while affordable housing has been a growing concern, jobs and the economy are the top issue.
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"After 16 years of people at the top getting their way, it's time the people in this room, the people in this community and the people in this province had a government that's working for them", he said at a stop in Surrey. Three-in-four federal Conservatives (76%) intend to vote for the BC Liberals, while four-in-five federal NDP supporters (81%) will vote for the BC NDP.
He hopes his message that B.C.
- The wheels on the NDP bus went round and round after it got hung up on a bump, forcing a call for a tow truck.
Horgan quipped on Twitter that he was "less anxious about my bus and more concerned about British Columbians getting stuck with four more years of Christy Clark".
Weaver started Monday in Vancouver and ended it in Saanich North with candidate Adam Olsen, who finished third in 2013 - but only 400 votes behind the victor in a riding that resulted in a photo-finish three-way race.
In order to vote Tuesday, residents must prove their identity and home address, by showing a driver's licence, B.C. Identification Card, B.C. Services Card (with photo), or a Certificate of Indian Status.