A Growing Number Of Ontarians Say Ford's Policies Will Stop Them Voting For Scheer - 2019-07-16
There are just three months until Canada's federal election, and perception matters. For many voters, it seems Doug Ford, Andrew Scheer, and their respective policies are hard to separate. In a new poll published this week, some 60 percent of respondents said the Ford regime has made them less likely to vote for Scheer's Conservative government in October.
In the latest figures released by poll organizers Corbett Communications, the proportion of voters feeling that way about Ford and Scheer has risen by six percent from the 54 percent recorded in June.
The poll, which asked that question of a sample size of 936 people in total, also revealed that almost 20 percent of Ontario-based voters who had elected for the Conservatives in past federal elections have been made wary of repeating that choice by the Ford government.