|DNA 'within striking range'|
|Friday, 30 March 2012 08:23|
The recent poll released by the Nassau Guardian has added much speculation to the outcome of these upcoming elections. The Democratic National Alliance (DNA), conceived 10 months ago, was not anticipated to never be able to represent a “full party” and rumored to be “dead on arrival” is now within striking range of the two political forces that were once believed to be insurmountable giants of Bahamian politics.
Based on the poll presented by Public Domain, 45.8% of the voting public is not prepared to vote for either the FNM or the PLP. We believe this reflects a paradigm shift in Bahamian politics and interpret it to mean that our message of change is reaching the Bahamian electorate.
The DNA now renews its quest to convince more Bahamians that the time for change is now. We are of the view that a lot of Bahamians are afraid of change, but this survey today clearly shows a lot of Bahamians are ready for new governance that is transparent, honest and will not endorse criminal misconduct. We encourage more Bahamians to join this movement, which will transform governance in this country forever.
DNA leader, Branville McCartney said the survey is very encouraging, adding “Just 10 months ago, this survey would have only shown data for the PLP and the FNM. Now today, the DNA is head-to-head with these once considered to be political giants. Change is in the air and change is coming.”
We encourage all Bahamians to get registered to vote and when elections are called to vote for the DNA.
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