According to CTV news, a new poll conducted by Ekos Research Associates shows that there is a gender divide in how Ontarians plan to vote in the spring election.
“(Gender gaps) are common faultline in Canadian politics but I’m not sure I’ve ever seen one this large ever”, said Ekos president, Frank Graves.
When did my choice to vote or not and the choice for whom I vote become an issue and especially a gender issue?
Voting is an individual right and choice and not someone else’s choice. Every individual has the right not to tell anyone whom they vote for and if they choose to vote or not.
How is this election a gender gap and gender issue? Are we missing something here? How is gender connected and/or related to an election unless is used for demographic research purposes for certain parties to focus on their strategies?
Even if it is for demographic and research purposes why is it becoming NEWS on most of the papers?
The survey was conducted between March 20 and April 5, 2018 with a sample of more than 1000 Ontario residents 18 and older.
There is no mention of how and who sponsored this survey, but the question that arises from this survey of why and who sponsored this survey remains a key question.
But if they want to stay in power, the Liberals “have to make progress with males,” he said. “you can’t surrender that kind of difference and win the election.”