Yes, for once an Angus Reid poll out of British Columbia isn't a complete mess for the BC Liberals and Christy Clark, though it is definitely not their best polling as of late.
Angus Reid (BC Provincial - November 21st to 22nd, 2012)
New Democratic: 47% (-2%) - 58 seats (-9 seats)
BC Liberal Party: 29% (+3%) - 22 seats (+9 seats)
BC Conservative: 12% (-4%) - 3 seats (=)
Green Party: 9% (+2%) - 0 seats
Independents: 2 seats (Huntington and Hadland)
The changes are from the last Angus Reid poll, which I didn't cover but I have in my system anyways. These aren't game-changing differences, but it shows that *maybe* the Liberals finally have proper momentum building, and can become competitive again versus Dix's NDP.
The best numbers for the Liberals are in Metro Vancouver (33% to the NDP's 42%), and the Interior (32% to the NDP's 41%, and the Con's 16%). The BC Conservatives, who have gone through quite a bit of internal trouble recently, are no longer too much of a threat. This poll could be accurately characterized as a Lib-NDP fight now, with the Greens playing their usual sideshow. While 12% is still disruptively high for the Liberals, the Conservatives are not going anywhere fast with that level of support.
Is it an actual sign of slight resurgence for the Clark Liberals? Or are free-market voters sick of the Conservatives, and have no other option left? Remains to be seen, I suppose - but one good sign is that Clark is now tied with Dix on the issue of "who would be best for the economy," at 22% each - before it was a 6% deficit for Clark. Maybe, just maybe, Clark has a shot...