John Tory and Olivia Chow are likely happy to see results of the latest opinion poll on Toronto's municipal election campaign.
A new Forum Research survey conducted Wednesday shows Mayor Rob Ford's approval rating has hit a new low of 32 percent.
That's down 6 points from 3 weeks ago.
Tory has the highest approval rating, at 68 percent. Chow is 9 points back.
Forum also asked respondents if the election were held today, which candidate would be their choice for mayor.
36 percent say Olivia Chow. 27 percent selected John Tory and 24 percent picked Rob Ford.
Karen Stintz and David Socknacki score in the area of 3 percent.
There have been rumours that Doug Ford is considering a run for mayor should his brother decide not to so Forum put his name on a 5-candidate list.
Chow scored 37 percent support, Tory had 26 percent and Doug Ford came in with 20 percent; a smaller result than Rob Ford.