The results of the most recent federal election are out.

The results show that Canadian voters are still divided over who should be prime minister.

The Liberal Party leads the polls by five points.

That’s still within the margin of error.

The Conservative Party is down two points, and the NDP has dropped two points.

This time last year, the Conservatives had the support of 44 per cent of Canadians, while the Liberals had the same percentage of support.

The NDP is currently at 27 per cent, while both the Liberals and Conservatives have support from 26 per cent.

These are not new numbers.

There were similar numbers in the last federal election.

In fact, the Liberals led the polls for much of the election, but then the Conservatives took over the lead.

What this election has shown is that voters are not looking to a party to represent their values.

They’re looking to someone who will stand up for them.

They’ve been led by Justin Trudeau, who has stood up for the people, and they’ve been told that he is the best option for their concerns.

What’s more, they are willing to make that choice.

They are willing and able to support someone who represents the values that they believe in.

That is why the NDP is not only winning, but winning in a way that is much closer to what the people actually want.

It is not just the Liberals that are winning.

The Conservatives have also fallen behind.

This is not the first time that Canadians have been asked this question.

In 2016, the Harper Conservatives were polling at 34 per cent support, while Justin Trudeau was polling at 25 per cent in the polls.

The Liberals were at 26 per per cent and the Conservatives at 24 per cent (the numbers fluctuated).

Trudeau was also at 25 percent in the 2015 election.

At the time, the NDP was polling only four points ahead of the Liberals, while Trudeau was at 21 per cent with the Conservatives and the Liberals were both at 18 per cent each.

The last federal vote had seen the Conservatives fall from 21 per in 2011 to seven per in 2015.

That was the last time Canadians elected a Liberal prime minister in the history of this country.

The next federal election will take place in 2019.

That election will see the Liberals again come in second place, behind the Conservatives, but with a higher share of the vote.

The current Liberal government has been in power since 2015, and Justin Trudeau has been Prime Minister for just over two years.

In 2018, Trudeau came in second behind the Conservative Party leader in terms of popular vote, with just under 51 per cent to the Conservatives’ 44 per.

He also led the Conservatives in the popular vote in 2018.

Justin Trudeau is also the first Liberal prime Minister to win a majority of seats in Parliament.

His party holds the balance of power in the House of Commons, with the Liberals sitting at the top of the ticket.

Trudeau was the only leader in Canada who has a majority mandate, with more than half of Canadians agreeing that he or she should be Prime Minister.

Trudeau also leads the Conservative party in the most popular vote at 44 per, with 35 per cent saying they would prefer the Conservatives to lead the country, while 28 per cent say the Liberals should.

That means that just over a third of Canadians are willing for the Conservatives or the Liberals to lead Canada.

There is another way Canadians can support the Conservatives.

The other way they can support Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party is by supporting the Conservative candidate.

In 2017, the Conservative Leader of the House, Rona Ambrose, came in third place in the riding of Guelph, with 18 per of Canadians backing her.

That meant that in 2017, a majority (51 per cent) of Canadians supported Ambrose to be Conservative leader.

It’s important to note that only one of the other three leaders in the current Conservative leadership race is a Conservative.

It means that Canadians want the Conservatives as the prime minister, and that is Justin Trudeau.

The New Democrats are polling in second, but in third is Tom Mulcair, who is polling at just seven per cent approval, with 41 per cent disapproving.

Tom Mulcair is also in fourth place, with 24 per of respondents having a favourable view of him, while 39 per cent have a negative view.

Tom has also been the only party leader in the past decade who has not had a majority in Parliament, and has not been in the opposition.

In the last election, Tom Mulcair’s NDP had a better approval rating, at 52 per cent compared to the Liberal party’s 43 per cent positive rating.

If Justin Trudeau wins the upcoming federal election, Canadians will have a new leader who has been the leader of their party since the beginning.

It will be up to Tom Mulcair and the New Democrats to unite Canadians to put their country back in order, and to make sure that their country is able to lead in the world.

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