The Pollcast: Can the Saskatchewan NDP make an impact?

The Saskatchewan Party has a wide lead in the polls and a popular leader. What can Cam Broten's New Democrats do to change the narrative of the campaign? 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

NDP Leader Cam Broten has some ground to make up in Saskatchewan's provincial election. (CBC)

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.

Brad Wall's Saskatchewan Party holds a wide lead in the polls as the province's election campaign begins. What does the NDP's Cam Broten need to do to knock Wall off his game?

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

Joining host Éric Grenier to break down the state of the election campaign in its early days is the CBC's Stefani Langenegger. 

The CBC’s Stefani Langenegger helps us take our first look at the campaign.

Can the New Democrats use the Saskatchewan Party's history of nine years in power against them to turn the tide? Do the ingredients for a desire for change even exist in the province? And what issues could become problems for Brad Wall over the next four weeks?

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

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