A recent survey found that the Conservative Party of B.C. would take second place in popular votes if a provincial election were to be held immediately, forcing the Official Opposition, the BC United party, into third.
The survey, done by Leger and published on Oct. 5, found that support for the Conservatives is at 25 percent, while support for BC United dropped to 19 percent. That is a change from a similar poll done in July that put the B.C. United at 27 percent and the Conservatives at 16 percent.
Support for the governing NDP in the Oct. 5 survey report was at 42 percent.
Conservatives currently have just two MLAs in the Legislative Assembly, while BC United has 26, but their rise in popularity is something that is getting the attention of the governing NDP, which recently released an attack ad against Conservative Leader John Rustad.

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