Tuesday, February 19, 2013

NACTA poll suggests Grenada opposition can win election

A poll by the North American Caribbean Teachers Association (NACTA) suggests that the opposition NNP led by Dr. Keith Mitchell will win a majority of seats in Tuesday’s general elections in Grenada. 

This is consistent with two other polls - one by Peter Wickham of the Barbados based Cadres Polling Institute and Derek Ramsamooj.

NACTA says its survey gives the NNP the lead in seven seats with the governing NDC ahead in three seats with the other five too close to call. 

The organisation told JYOTI there are nine seats within its margin of error with the momentum on the side of the NNP.

NACTA says several seats are "very competitive", noting that an opposition sweep is possible although it's highly unlikely since that would require a huge swing of the undecided voters to the opposition. 

According to the poll there is growing apathy in the process with many respondents suggesting that the parties have been attacking one another without showing voters good reason why they should elect them.

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Our family at home in Toronto 2008

Our family at home in Toronto 2008
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