The Pollcast: The final stretch in Saskatchewan

Less than a week remains before voters cast their ballots in Saskatchewan. How important will these last days prove to be? Éric Grenier, host of The Pollcast podcast, is joined by the CBC's Stefani Langenegger to break it all down.

Host Éric Grenier is joined by the CBC's Stefani Langenegger

Saskatchewan Party Leader Brad Wall speaks with reporters after last week's leaders' debate with NDP Leader Cam Broten. (The Canadian Press / Mark Taylor)

The CBC Pollcast, hosted by CBC poll analyst and founder Éric Grenier, explores the world of electoral politics, political polls and the trends they reveal.

The Saskatchewan provincial election is entering its final stages. But will the campaign go out with a bang or a whimper?

Saskatchewan voters go to the polls on April 4, 2016. There are 61 constituencies up for grabs. (CBC)

Joining host Éric Grenier again to break down the final week of the election campaign is the CBC's Stefani Langenegger. 

Did the leaders' debate move any votes, or are these last days of the campaign just about ensuring each party gets its supporters out to cast a ballot? How likely is it that turnout in Saskatchewan will go up, replicating the increase in turnout experienced in the last federal election?

We check in with the CBC's Stefani Langenegger about next week's provincial election in Saskatchewan. 14:03

Listen to the full discussion above — or subscribe to The CBC Pollcast and listen to past episodes.

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