Oct 01, 2019
By Jane Brown
On this National Seniors Day, CARP members have made clear the priority issues for this federal election.
“Climate change was a top issue for our membership heading into this election,” CARP’s Chief Policy Officer Marissa Lennox told Zoomer Radio’s Fight Back with guest host Jane Brown,”It was number two behind healthcare. First was healthcare, second was climate change, and third was consistent access to drug coverage from coast to coast to coast.”
The latest Zoomer Primary results have the Liberals with a slight lead at 34 percent voter support, just ahead of the Conservatives at 32 percent.
The Greens have 14 percent support, and the NDP and People’s Party trail at 4 and 2 percent respectively.
Eleven percent are undecided.
Weigh in with your opinion on The Zoomer Primary. Results are tabulated and revealed every Monday until the election after the noon news on Fight Back.