More than half of Albertans say they’re likely to consider voting for the United Conservative Party in 2023’s provincial election, according to a new poll.
On Thursday, polling data from Janet Brown Opinion Research was released at the Alberta Relaunch Conference, presented by New West Public Affairs.
When asked if they would consider voting for the UCP in the next election, 26 per cent of respondents said they were “very likely” and 26 per cent said they were “somewhat likely.”
Meanwhile, 17 per cent said they would “very likely” consider voting for the New Democrativ Party, while 22 per cent responded with the “somewhat likely” option.
In the 2019 provincial election, 55 per cent voted for the UCP and 33 per cent voted for the NDP.
Approximately one in four are very or somewhat likely to consider the Wildrose Independence Party (25 percent) or the Alberta Party (24 per cent).