The PEI Liberal Party remains the preferred party in the province according to the most recent survey conducted by Corporate Research Associates .
The survey puts Liberal support along decided voters this quarter at 45%, up from 38% in May. Meanwhile, backing for the Progressive Conservative Party stands at 24%, down slightly from May’s 26%. Support for the Green Party rests at 18%, down from 26%, and the NDP has 12% support, up from 10%.
One-quarter of Islanders are undecided.
While the Liberals are the preferred party, the Green Party’s Peter Bevan-Baker is the preferred leader. Bevan-Baker has 37% support, which is unchanged from May’s survey. Premier Wade MacLauchlan’s support level is steady at 26%. Interim PC Leader Jamie Fox has 13% support and 5% back Mike Redmond of the NDP.