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POLL: Federal Conservatives and Liberals tied at 33%
First time Liberals haven't led the polls since Fall 2013
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For the first time since the fall, the federal Conservatives share popular support with the Liberals at 33 percent.

That according to an Ipsos Reid poll done for News Talk 1010 and CTV.

Last May, when Justin Trudeau was elected as leader, the Liberals popularity skyrocketed and by the fall the Liberals led in the polls.

But now, according to this latest poll, the Conservative Party has jumped 4 points, to poll at their highest level since late 2012.

The Liberals are down 4 points, while the NDP remain at 24%.

 

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For the first time since the fall, the federal Conservatives share popular support with the Liberals at 33 percent.

That according to an Ipsos Reid poll done for News Talk 1010 and CTV.

Last May, when Justin Trudeau was elected as leader, the Liberals popularity skyrocketed and by the fall the Liberals led in the polls.

But now, according to this latest poll, the Conservative Party has jumped 4 points, to poll at their highest level since late 2012.

The Liberals are down 4 points, while the NDP remain at 24%.

 

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