It doesn't matter who they would actually vote for, 52 per cent of Ontarians believe that the Liberals will be re-elected.
That's according to the latest Ipsos Reid poll conducted for Bell Media partners CTV and CP24, shown exclusively to Newstalk 1010.
Of the rest of those polled, 35 per cent believe the Progressive Conservatives will win on June 12th and 14 per cent think the NDP will take it.
Liberal supporters are also more confident that they'll come out on top on election day. Nine in ten Liberal voters think they'll form government, compared to eight in 10 Tory voters. Only 35 per cent of NDP voters think they'll form the next government.
Tory voters are still the most motivated to cast a ballot. Seven in ten PC voters say that 'nothing short of an unforeseen emergency" could stop them from voting.
Ontarians believe the Liberals have more momentum (38 per cent) than the PCs (34 per cent) and NDP (28 per cent).
The desire for change is still strong in the province, with seven in ten Ontarians wanting another party to take over at Queen's Park.