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POLL: NDP gaining a little more support
The Tories slip in numbers, while the Liberals hold steady. Still most people want change when it comes to their government...
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The numbers in the most recent provincial poll look better for the NDP, and a little worse for the PC's.

On the day that Andrea Horwath laid out her plan heading into the June 12th vote, a new Ipsos-Reid poll for CTV and CP24, but shown exclusively to Newstalk1010, shows the NDP are up 4 points and now sit with 28% support.

That being said, they still trail the PC's who have 35% and the Liberals who are staying steady with 31%.

Tim Hudak's Tories were down 4% from the last poll last week.

That is among decided voters but the numbers change when you ask the people who actually plan on going to the polls and cast their ballot.

When you look at those numbers, the PC's are ahead with 41% support while the Liberals (30%) and NDP (26%) lag behind.

But John Wright from Ipsos-Reid says there has been a common theme in this campaign: people want change.

"It's the highest level for change that we've seen in the last 25 years in any jurisdiction." said Wright.

A little more than 70% of people asked in this province aren't happy with the job the Liberals have done, and are looking for another party to take over the reigns.

There's also the question of who you think would make the best premier?

Wright put it quite simply.

"The Tories are more popular than their leader Tim Hudak, while NDP leader Andrea Horwath is more popular than her party."

38% of people asked think Howarth would make the best premier, while 32% stick with Kathleen Wynne and only 30% back Tim Hudak.

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The numbers in the most recent provincial poll look better for the NDP, and a little worse for the PC's.

On the day that Andrea Horwath laid out her plan heading into the June 12th vote, a new Ipsos-Reid poll for CTV and CP24, but shown exclusively to Newstalk1010, shows the NDP are up 4 points and now sit with 28% support.

That being said, they still trail the PC's who have 35% and the Liberals who are staying steady with 31%.

Tim Hudak's Tories were down 4% from the last poll last week.

That is among decided voters but the numbers change when you ask the people who actually plan on going to the polls and cast their ballot.

When you look at those numbers, the PC's are ahead with 41% support while the Liberals (30%) and NDP (26%) lag behind.

But John Wright from Ipsos-Reid says there has been a common theme in this campaign: people want change.

"It's the highest level for change that we've seen in the last 25 years in any jurisdiction." said Wright.

A little more than 70% of people asked in this province aren't happy with the job the Liberals have done, and are looking for another party to take over the reigns.

There's also the question of who you think would make the best premier?

Wright put it quite simply.

"The Tories are more popular than their leader Tim Hudak, while NDP leader Andrea Horwath is more popular than her party."

38% of people asked think Howarth would make the best premier, while 32% stick with Kathleen Wynne and only 30% back Tim Hudak.

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