This is the last of a three-part series appraising the support of the three major political parties at national and provincial levels. Today we look at the Conservatives.
By any objective measure, 2013 has been a very bad year for the federal Conservatives. They have lost the lead in voting intentions for the longest period of time since first forming government in 2006, and are showing little sign of an impending recovery. But some provincial conservative parties of various stripes are doing much better.