'A really tight race': Conservatives, Liberals locked in dead heat, Ipsos poll says - 2019-09-17

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F0.png 'A really tight race': Conservatives, Liberals locked in dead heat, Ipsos poll says September 17, 2019, Andrew Russell, Global News

With the federal election campaign now in full swing from coast-to-coast, Justin Trudeau's Liberals and Andrew Scheer's Conservatives are locked in a dead heat, a new Ipsos poll suggests.

The Ipsos poll, conducted exclusively for Global News and La Presse, found that if an election were held today, the Liberals and Conservatives both have the support of 35 per cent of decided voters. The NDP sit in third place with 14 per cent and Elizabeth May's Green Party sits solidly in fourth place with nine per cent.

If the Bloc Quebecois were to run candidates across Canada they would receive four per cent of the vote and Maxime Bernier's People's Party of Canada has two per cent of the vote, according to the poll. On Monday, the official Leaders' Debates Commission announced it's inviting Bernier to participate in the English and French debates televised next month.

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