April 30, 2013 12:29 am
Updated: April 30, 2013 11:49 am

35 per cent thought Dix won tonight’s debate

Leaders John Cummins, Christy Clark, Adrian Dix and Jane Sterk get set for their TV debate in Vancouver on April 29, 2013

Mark van Manen / Postmedia News

An Ipsos Reid poll for Global News shows most people thought the NDP came out on top in Monday night’s leadership debate.

35 per cent of people thought Dix “won” the debate, followed by 30 per cent for Liberal leader Christy Clark, 10 per cent for Green Party leader Jane Sterk and 3 per cent for BC Conservatives leader John Cummins. 22 per cent of people said they didn’t know.

36 per cent of people thought Cummins “lost” the debate, followed by 27 per cent for Clark, 16 per cent for Dix and 11 per cent for Sterk. 10 per cent didn’t know.

Sterk was crowned the most likable at 33 per cent, followed by Clark at 31 per cent, Dix at 21 per cent and Cummins at four per cent.

44 per cent of people thought Clark looked and sounded the most like a Premier, followed by 32 per cent for Dix, five per cent for Sterk and four per cent for Cummins. 15 per cent didn’t know.

677 people were surveyed with a margin of error of 3.8 per cent, 19 times out of 20.

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