BC Conservative leader Cummins polling at a brutal 7%

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The latest Ipso-Reid poll has the BC Conservative Party in the single digits at 9% – just barely ahead of what BC voters think of their leader John Cummins as premier (see here).

At what point does the party membership demand Cummins steps down and take his Disciples with him?


13 Responses to “BC Conservative leader Cummins polling at a brutal 7%”

  1. WCT Says:

    After the May election, you will just have to endure the pain!!

    It is too late to change. I will make up my mind when I see who is running locally and let all parties be dammed. No matter the outcome, BC is screwed for the next 4 years. You may not like Cummings but he is the only choice if you can’t vote Liberal or NDP. If the BConservatives “dissolve” I will be “forced” to vote Liberal – some choice??

    • BC Blue Says:

      You had a choice of removing Cummins and his crew of morons

    • G. Mcrae Says:

      Sorry, the BC Conservatives don’t get my vote just because they aren’t the Liberals or the NDP. I can chose to stay home or vote for an independent candidate.

      If I wanted the kind of leadership that the BC Conservatives bring to the table, I’d join a cult.

  2. Bec Says:

    BC, reaps what they sow. The Albertans that I know who have left AB to big ticket jobs will be leaving as soon as they can because even with THIS govt, they feel the strangulation of socialism and taxes. Bring on the Dippers and it’s game over.
    All of the beauty and ambiance of BC is being destroyed because the obvious potential will never be recognized . Nutbars who care nothing about and have no intellect about the economics of a vibrant Province will take over…….BCers have been there before so to do it again will be their cross to bear. Welcome to California North.

    And as for Cummins……..horrible choice.

  3. Robbie Says:

    A straight comparison of Ipsos-Reid poll numbers for the BCCP taken from May 13, 2011 – Dec 4, 2012 show the party went from 10% to a peak of 16% late spring of 2012 then to its current position as of December 4, 2012.

    Ipsos Reid poll results:

    May 13, 2011 – 10%
    Oct 3, 2011 – 12%
    Feb 5, 2012 – 16%
    Jun 11, 2012 – 16%
    Sep 18, 2012 – 12%
    Dec 4, 2012 – 12%

    I guess it is time to toss out more dissidents, as they are clearly poisoning the brand. Oh, wait, they already tried that.

  4. Nestor Says:

    Politics is a rough game – look at the NDP and James; France’s former government party is falling apart; the Liberals of Ontario have the McGuinty Mess left to deal with. Cummins is hard working, definitely conservative, and has had a very good personal life that exposed him to all levels of society. Look at the principles and policies and platform of the Party and compare. You’ll vote for the conservative orientation.

  5. Robbie Says:

    According to Ipsos-Reid data, in less than 6 months, the BCCP have gone from 16% in the polls to 9%. That is an astounding 43% drop in support. And, it is only going to get worse. Under Cummins incompetent leadership, they have refused any offer to settle a vindictive petty lawsuit that involves the illegal revocation of memberships of 3 party members. Instead, they have solicited funds and will use party resources and time fiddling while Rome burns. That is leadership? The game is over. They will poll less than the Greens and be broke by March at the latest. John Cummins: penny wise but pound foolish.

  6. Alex Says:

    So much opportunity has been ****** away by Cumming’s, and his Holy Roller gang, I said it in the spring, and I will say it again British Columbian’s, will not support a party that mixes politics and religion.
    “fiscal” Conservatism will win votes, NOT “Social” Conservatism.

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