A Canadian Press Harris-Decima survey published September 20, 2008 shows the Tories steady at 38 per cent and the Liberals at 23 per cent, two points down from September 19, 2008 figures. As for the other two parties in the national race: the NDP was at 17 per cent, up two and the Green party remained at 12 per cent.
Conservatives have maintained a surprising 40 per cent support in Ontario, while the Liberals dropped three points to 30 per cent. The Greens were at 14 per cent and the NDP at 13 per cent.
(The poll surveys 300 people a night in a rolling national sampling and the figures are based on interviews with at least 1,270 people Sept. 16-19, with a margin of error of 2.7 percentage points, 19 times in 20.)