The election will be a photo finish, it just depends on who gets their supporters to actually cast their ballots.
That's according to the latest Ipsos Reid poll done for CTV and CP24, shown exclusively to Newstalk 1010.
It says the Liberal have now edged out the Tories in support among decided voters - 33 per cent compared to 31 per cent. However, the NDP isn't far behind with 30 per cent.
When you consider who actually gets to the polling station, the numbers are still close but the Progressive Conservatives stay on top with 36 per cent support, followed by the Liberals and NDP with 30 per cent each.
John Wright of Ipsos Reid says the numbers look to be pointing to a Tory minority government.
Wright says NDP support has shifted in Toronto, which may give the Liberals a run for their money. The Liberals are still ahead in the 416, with 4 in ten voters giving them the thumbs up. But the NDP now have 33 per cent support in the city, with the PCs at 21 per cent and other parties at four per cent.
Two in three Ontarians say they want a change in government.
NDP leader Andrea Horwath has pulled ahead for who would make the best Premier with 38 per cent of respondents of favouring her. Liberal Kathleen Wynne only has 33 per cent of people who think she's best suited for Premier. Tory leader Tim Hudak comes in third with 29 per cent.
The poll shows 56 per cent of people want a majority government.