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New Ipsos-Reid survey finds Tories lead among supporters who plan to vote
When it comes to decided and committed voters, the Tories have the most motivated support
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The latest opinion poll shows the Tories still lead among decided voters but the Liberals are gaining.

The latest opinion poll about the Ontario election shows support for the Ontario Liberals is growing, but the numbers can be deceiving.

A closer look reveals those supporters are less likely to actually get out and vote.

New online polling taken this week by Ipsos-Reid for CTV and CP24 finds the Liberals are up 3 points -- just 2 percent behind the Tories -- who gained 1 point, for 36 percent support.

Andrea Horwath's New Democrats slipped 5 points, to 23 percent of decided voters.

When it comes to decided and committed voters, the Tories have the most motivated support.

41 percent will vote for the Progressive-Conservatives, while support for the Liberals is down to 29 percent and the NDP is up -- to 25 percent.

"That's pretty much a majority government for the Tories, if that vote turns out," says Ipsos-Reid's John Wright.

About 870 Ontarians took part in the survey.

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The latest opinion poll shows the Tories still lead among decided voters but the Liberals are gaining.

The latest opinion poll about the Ontario election shows support for the Ontario Liberals is growing, but the numbers can be deceiving.

A closer look reveals those supporters are less likely to actually get out and vote.

New online polling taken this week by Ipsos-Reid for CTV and CP24 finds the Liberals are up 3 points -- just 2 percent behind the Tories -- who gained 1 point, for 36 percent support.

Andrea Horwath's New Democrats slipped 5 points, to 23 percent of decided voters.

When it comes to decided and committed voters, the Tories have the most motivated support.

41 percent will vote for the Progressive-Conservatives, while support for the Liberals is down to 29 percent and the NDP is up -- to 25 percent.

"That's pretty much a majority government for the Tories, if that vote turns out," says Ipsos-Reid's John Wright.

About 870 Ontarians took part in the survey.

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