Well not quite, but I enjoy the shock value.
The poll is actually of New Brunswick, but only part of it. The City of Saint John has apparently trended quite well for the NDP provincially, and are now leading 39% to 33% for the PCs, and 28% for the Liberals.
Now, again, this is provincially. The provincial NDP is quite a bit weaker than their federal cousin, winning only 10% of the vote in the 2010 election, and no seats. But Saint John has always been one of their stronger areas, winning 16.8% of the vote in the four core ridings that make up the city - Saint John East, Saint John Harbour, Saint John Lancaster, and Saint John Portland. (Saint John Fundy also contains part of the city, but extends along the coast.)
Now, imagine that 16.8% jumping up to 39%, and you get something like this:
Is it real? Well, this poll was conducted at the beginning of April/end of March. There was a CRA poll at the beginning of March, showing the NDP sitting at 22%, or about a 120% increase. That's absolutely in line with this region-specific poll, which could mean the NDP are on the march in New Brunswick - at least in the Saint John area.