A new Ipsos Reid poll done for Newstalk1010, suggests you shouldn't write Mayor Ford off in the next election just yet.
39% of the people polled suggest they would consider voting for Ford in the next municipal vote, with 18% strongly in favour of supporting Ford.
But it's his message that resonates with voters in Toronto.
Almost two thirds, or 62% of people think that council should continue with Fords 'fiscal responsibility' message.
But John Wright from Ipsos Reid says Toronto is really a tale of two thoughts.
Downtown residents want nothing to do with Ford; his image, his message... nothing.
But in the suburbs is where his support has typically been the strongest, and continues to be hearty. Half of Scarborough and 50% of people in East York suggest they would consider voting for Ford in the next election.
When it comes to Ford getting stripped of his powers, 64% agree that doing so, was the proper thing to do.
What could be seen as a shocking, is that another 2/3rds of the respondents suggest it's appropriate for Deputy Mayor Norm Kelly to represent the City of Toronto in talks with other politcal leaders, like Premier Kathleen Wynne.
The poll was conducted between December 9th and the 13th and spoke with 485 Torontonians. It is accurate +/- 5.1 percentage points.