Chris Bundas –
A new poll show John Tory has climbed to the top of the leaderboard in Toronto’s mayoral race.
The Nanos Research survey shows that 39.1 per cent of respondents would vote for Tory if an election were held today.
Olivia Chow – who was considered the frontrunner in a June 23 poll – had 32.7 per cent of respondents, and Rob Ford came in third with 21.7 per cent support.
Among respondents who said they were unsure of who they’d vote for, 10 per cent are leaning towards Chow. Second was Tory with five per cent, followed by Ford and hopeful Karen Stintz, both tied at one per cent.