The following seat projection is based upon a blended and weighted sample of polls among over 12,000 respondents conducted by Mainstreet, Campaign Research and Nanos between Dec. 23 and Jan. 19, although the vast majority took place in January 2018. It is the first LISPOP projection presented since the 2015 federal election. The most significant changes in popular vote since the election have occurred in Quebec where the New Democrats have lost approximately 10% support mostly to the Liberals, and in BC where the NDP has also lost 10% support largely to the Greens.
LISPOP has been in the practice of providing a post mortem of its seat projection since it went online for the 2004 election. It consists of two tables, the first comparing our final pre-election seat projection of October 18 with the results reported on October 20, and the projection with the actual vote results. The second table compares the aggregate regional splits in late polls used for the final projection with the popular vote totals by region.
Polls conducted between October 13 and 17 by Angus Reid, Ekos Research Associates, Forum Research, Innovative Research, Ipsos Reid, Mainstreet and Nanos Research on a blended sample of more than 12,000 respondents projects 140 seats for the Liberal party, enough for a minority. Continue for more details...
Polls conducted between October 7 and 14 by Angus Reid, Ekos, Forum, Innovative Research, Ipsos, and Nanos on a blended sample of more than 6,000 respondents projects 110 seats for the Conservative Party, 80 seats for the New Democratic Party, 144 for the Liberals, three for the Bloc Québécois and one for the Green Party.
Polls conducted between October 5 and 11, by Abacus, Angus Reid, Ekos, Innovative, Leger, Forum, Mainstreet, and Nanos on a blended sample of more than 18,000 respondents projects 122 seats for the Conservative Party, 84 seats for the New Democratic Party, 128 for the Liberals, three for the Bloc Québécois and one for the Green Party.