They've made no gains at all in the polls since the last election...they refuse to offer ANY new ideas, even though only a clear break from the past offers them any hope of avoiding further losses.
From where they were after the last provincial election, simply electing a new leader should have brought in SOME new support, should have cut into the Saskatory lead at least slightly, but no, no improvement at all has occurred.
They hold 9 seats now, and it looks like they cold lost a number of those.
I know party activists are probably furious about this...but they seem powerless to get through to the leadership about the situation at all.
And it looks more and more, quite frankly, as if the Sask. NDP's policy "masterminds" don't even WANT their party to do any better than its doing now. They seem like a college basketball team, in the days before the 30-second clock, going into the four-corner stall when they're BEHIND the other team.
Any theories about this? Any reason to believe that anything will change for the better between now and the next election? And how has the current leader managed not to be removed in a leadership review after three years of total failure?