Tories Scoff at Liberal Minority Repeat
The Tories at Queen's Park are brushing aside a recent poll that finds that if an election were held today, the Liberals would get another minority government.
It's also a blow to Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak, who landed a 51 per cent disapproval rating.
Hudak, however, underlined the only people who think that the province is working properly are Liberal and NDP supporters. He notes whenever he travels the province, people say they want a change in the way things are run.
Hudak has been pitting himself against the governing Liberals, pulling back Tory support on Premier Kathleen Wynne's throne speech.
Wynne maintains polls won't change the way the Liberals govern. She says they will continue to try and find common ground with the opposition.
The latest Forum research poll for the Toronto Star shows Wynne is brought Liberal popularity back amongst voters.
The survey shows the Liberals would stay constant at 53 seats in the 107-member legislature. The Tories would lose one, taking them down to 36 and the NDP would inch up to 18 seats.
The NDP's Andrea Horwath was given the thumbs up by 44 per cent of those surveyed while Wynne was at 34 per cent approval.
Wynne underlines no one wants an election right now.