Jul 06, 2021
By Christine Ross
Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have only a narrow lead over the Conservatives among decided voters.
A new survey by Leger and the Association for Canadian Studies finds 33 per cent would vote for the Liberals, 30 per cent plan to vote Conservative and 19 per cent support the NDP.
Leger’s Vice President Andrew Enns says those numbers suggest the Liberals are likely to form a government but it’s still unclear whether they’ll be able to win a majority.
In Quebec, the Liberals are in a tight race with the Bloc Quebecois and in a three-way race with the Conservatives and NDP in British Columbia.