The Tories and Liberals are in a statistical dead heat going into the final week of the election campaign, but Progressive Conservative voters are still the most likely to cast their ballots.
That's the latest from an Ipsos Reid poll conducted for CTV and CP24 but shown exclusively to Newstalk 1010.
Both the PCs and Liberals have 35 per cent support, while the NDP clock in at 26 per cent. Four per cent would back another party, including the Greens.
But when you weigh in who will actually go out and vote, the numbers change. The Tories then get 40 per cent support, compared to 32 per cent for the Liberals. The NDP vote drops to 24 per cent. There is three per cent support for other parties.
Senior VP of Public Affairs of Ipsos Reid John Wright that means you'll likely see the Liberals pushing for supporters to get to the ballot box on June 12th. It will also mean the party will continue to go after Tim Hudak and the Tories and likely turn up the heat on it.
The while support is waning in other parts of the province, the Liberals still stay strong in Toronto, with 44 per cent support. The Tories have 27 per cent and NDP have 26 per cent. The Tories have the edge in the 905, with 43 per cent support. The Liberals have 36 per cent and the NDP have 18 per cent.
Wright says what this poll shows is that voters appetite for change stays strong, with 68 per cent of those surveyed saying they want another provincial party to take over.
Two in ten Ontarians say that they will make up their mind in the last week of the campaign or in the voting booth on Election Day.