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POLL: Tory leads while Ford climbs in support
The Forum Research poll was conducted among 1,945 Torontonians this week
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A new Forum Research poll suggests that Rob Ford is climbing in voter support.

It puts John Tory in the lead with 34 percent support, then Rob Ford with 31 percent, and Olivia Chow follows with 23 percent support. In fourth, is David Soknacki with 4 percent support.

7 percent say they don't know who they would vote for, if the election was held tomorrow.

The phone survey was conducted among 1,945 Torontonians on Monday and Tuesday of this week.

Since early August, Ford's support grew 6 percentage points, while John Tory dropped by 1 percent. Olivia Chow dropped by 2 points.

The margin of error is plus or minus 2 percent, 19 times out of 20.

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A new Forum Research poll suggests that Rob Ford is climbing in voter support.

It puts John Tory in the lead with 34 percent support, then Rob Ford with 31 percent, and Olivia Chow follows with 23 percent support. In fourth, is David Soknacki with 4 percent support.

7 percent say they don't know who they would vote for, if the election was held tomorrow.

The phone survey was conducted among 1,945 Torontonians on Monday and Tuesday of this week.

Since early August, Ford's support grew 6 percentage points, while John Tory dropped by 1 percent. Olivia Chow dropped by 2 points.

The margin of error is plus or minus 2 percent, 19 times out of 20.

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