Watson Fails To Get One Vote In Bulldog Poll


Mayor Jim Watson set a new record for Bulldog Polls after the last couple of days.

Watson didn’t get one vote of support from Bulldog readers. That, in recent memory at least, has never happened in the five years of Bulldog Polls.

The Bulldog has never been the friendliest of spots for His Worship but this is something very new. Bulldog commentator Mike Patton told us that Watson was vulnerable at the ballot next fall.

This is an indication that Patton is right.

Here are the poll results:



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5 thoughts on “Watson Fails To Get One Vote In Bulldog Poll

  1. Given that those that voted are not representative of anything other than the readers of this website, this vote doesn’t really predict anything. As well, in order to get a split of 64 per cent and 36 per cent, you would need only 28 voters or a multiple of that amount (28 voters – 10 for Chiarelli, 18 for Deanes). Not only is the sample rather unrepresentative of much but the size is also probably pretty small.

  2. Come on guys, you’re ruining the belief that this news site is a big deal in Ottawa and not a vanity project from a bitter former journalist with an axe to grind …

    1. Mike Cocanballs:

      Curious that you are writing from Montreal.

      Lot of interest in Ottawa municipal affairs in Montreal?

      Are we going to see this kind of activity throughout the whole election year?




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