New Democrats are soaring, but, overall, the Conservatives are the choice of 38 per cent of decided voters, according to Leger Marketing’s poll over the weekend. Tories are up one point from Leger’s last poll on April 4.
The Liberals are holding steady with 26 per cent support, unchanged from two weeks ago, but also unchanged from their level of popular support on election day in 2008. The NDP is at 22 per cent, a jump of four percentage points in the last two weeks. The Green Party has lost three percentage points and has the support of 5 per cent of voters.