More voters say Ford's policies will deter them from voting for Scheer - 2019-07-14
A growing number of Ontario voters say the policies of the Ford government make them less likely to vote for Andrew Scheer's Conservatives in the fall federal election, says a new poll that has been tracking the issue.
In June, 54 per cent of those polled by Corbett Communications said they felt that way, but now 60 per cent do.
Among Ontarians who have voted Conservative in past federal elections, almost 20 per cent say the Ontario government makes them wary of doing so again.
"This is something Scheer is desperately afraid of and it hasn't gotten any better," said veteran pollster John Corbett. "It's gotten worse … if things keep going like that, he has already lost Ontario."