Mexico: Caldern Holding on by 4 pts.

If the presidential election took place today, who would you vote for?
(Likely Voters)

May 21 Apr. 30 Apr. 22
Felipe Calderón (PAN) 39% 40% 38%
Andrés Manuel López Obrador (PRD) 35% 33% 35%
Roberto Madrazo (PRI) 22% 22% 23%
Patricia Mercado (PASC) 2.3% 3.7% 2.6%
Roberto Campa (PNA) 1.2% 0.7% 0.6%

If the election to the federal Chamber of Deputies took place today, what party would you vote for?

May 21 Apr. 30 Apr. 22
National Action Party (PAN) 39% 39% 40%
Alliance for the Common Good
Democratic Revolution Party (PRD)
Workers Party (PT)
Convergence for Democracy (CD)
29% 30% 29%
Alliance for Mexico
Institutional Revolutionary Party
(PRI)
Green Environmentalist Party (PVEM)
27% 26% 27%
Social-Democratic and
Peasant Alternative Party (PASC)
2.7% 2.9% 2.5%
New Alliance Party (PNA) 2.2% 2.2% 1.7%

Source: Reforma
Methodology: Face-to-face interviews with 2,099 likely Mexican voters, conducted from May 19 to May 21 2006. Margin of error is 2.3 per cent.

McCain or Giuliani Would Beat Hillary or Gore

Thinking ahead to the next presidential election, if the 2008 election were held today and the candidates were Democrat [NAME] and Republican [NAME], for whom would you vote? Hillary Rodham Clinton (D) 42% – 46% John McCain (R)
Hillary Rodham Clinton (D) 40% – 49% Rudy Giuliani (R)
Hillary Rodham Clinton (D) 51% – 35% Jeb Bush (R)
Al Gore (D) 36% – 48% John McCain (R)
Al Gore (D) 37% – 50% Rudy Giuliani (R)
Al Gore (D) 50% – 33% Jeb Bush (R) Source: Opinion Dynamics / Fox News
Methodology: Telephone interviews with 900 registered American voters, conducted from May 16 to May 18, 2006. Margin of error is 3 per cent.

Canada: Conservative Party Approval Up

What party would you vote for in the next federal election?

May 2006 Mar. 2006 Feb. 2006
Conservative 43% 38% 39%
Liberal 25% 28% 27%
New Democratic Party 15% 19% 20%
Bloc Québécois 9% 9% 8%
Green 5% 5% 5%

Source: Ipsos-Reid / CanWest Global
Methodology: Telephone interviews with 1,003 Canadian adults, conducted from May 16 to May 18, 2006. Margin of error is 3.1 per cent.