It’s been nearly a year since the Federal election, and a new poll shows if Canadians were to head to the polls today, the results would be the same.
According to the latest Forum Research, the Liberals remain the most popular party in Canada, with 48% of decided voter support.
The Conservatives follow, with 30% support, and the NDPs are third with 11% support.
Translated into seats in the House, the Liberals would rake 238, or 70%.
In Ontario, the Liberals have 47% support, the Conservatives 37%, and the NDP 11%.
However, support for the Prime Minister has slipped, slightly.
Justin Trudeau has the approval of 55% of voters, compared with 60% last month.
“After a week in which he was travelling in China, the Prime Minister’s vote share is down slightly, as is his approval, although both are high in comparison with his competitors. This will be the effect of hands-on leadership; a bit of slippage unaccompanied by increases in vote share or approval for the other two leaders.” – Forum Research President, Dr. Lorne Bozinoff.