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2022 43rd Ontario general election (June 2, 2022?)

adma

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The really consistent pattern is how "Other" is going up (and how that *might* not bode well for DoFo)
 

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We're becoming too American.

One important way to change that, sortof......... LOL

We need to stop referring to our cousins to the south as 'American'.

After all, any resident of the Americas is 'American'.

Citizens of the United States are best described (politely) as United Statian.

;)
 

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One important way to change that, sortof......... LOL

We need to stop referring to our cousins to the south as 'American'.

After all, any resident of the Americas is 'American'.

Citizens of the United States are best described (politely) as United Statian.

;)
That horse is way out of the barn.
 

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Less than 100 days until the election.

Right now I have the PCs winning a majority. Recently the PCs are electioneering like crazy, throwing money everywhere. I think people have amnesia from COVID-19 and have mostly forgotten about Ford's brutal cuts to education and healthcare in 2018 and 2019.
 

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Less than 100 days until the election.

Right now I have the PCs winning a majority. Recently the PCs are electioneering like crazy, throwing money everywhere. I think people have amnesia from COVID-19 and have mostly forgotten about Ford's brutal cuts to education and healthcare in 2018 and 2019.

I certainly hope not; but its certainly plausible.

Aggregated polling data seems to have them in the ~35% range, but as the clear leader. Normally, that would dictate a minority situation, and the Libs and NDP have explicitly said they will not back a PC minority.

That said, the same data has the Libs and NDP in the mid 20s; that could lead to some vote splits that would be favourable to the PCs.

A bit part of that is what the regional breakdown looks like.

Haven't see a good recent poll for that.
 

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Looking for confirmation or another source...


Could be how Doug is paying for all those goodies before the election.

This is a link to the report being referenced in the Tweet:


Key excerpts:

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Note that pre-election allocation of 1.5B set to go out the door any moment now....
 

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It's been noted that there are more incumbents in Ford's government retiring than there were Liberal incumbents retiring in 2018. I wonder why this is the case? Is the grass greener in the private sector?
 

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