A key part of the Conservative strategy is having a higher election-day turnout among their supporters than their opponents. But Mr. Layton’s popularity could help change that.So, when they tell us, it's ok, not to worry about a majority, that isn't strategy, is it? Recommend this Post
That being the case, the extent to which the Conservatives have alienated the majority of voters while trying to cobble together their voting coalition could prove costly. “Motivating your opponents is a bad idea,” Mr. Lyle says. And the various bones that the Conservatives have thrown out to keep their own base motivated could have that effect.
Friday, April 29, 2011
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