Conservatives Take The Lead

Posted on Friday, January 06 at 10:56 by Anonymous
In the key battleground of seat-rich Ontario, the Liberals have fallen four points to 36%, giving the Conservatives, who remained at 38%, the edge. The Liberals have won four consecutive elections largely on the strength of their popularity in Canada's most populous province. Nationally, the NDP have the support of 18% of voters, up two points, while Green party support remains unchanged at 5%. The Bloc Quebecois, meanwhile, has slipped two points but would still attract more than half the votes in Quebec with 52% support, a 26-point lead over the Liberals, while Conservative support has jumped to 12% from seven.


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