Ontario's three major parties neck and neck as Ford's honeymoon period ends: Ipsos poll - 2019-05-24

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F0.png Ontario's three major parties neck and neck as Ford's honeymoon period ends: Ipsos poll May 24, 2019, Christopher Whan, Global News

The Ontario Liberals, Progressive Conservatives and NDP are locked in a three way tie according to an exclusive Ipsos poll released Friday.

According to Ipsos, if an election were held tomorrow the Liberal party would receive 32 per cent of the popular vote, up 12 points from June 2018. The PCs would receive 30 per cent, down 11 points and the NDP would receive 29 per cent, down 5 points.

Darrell Bricker, CEO of Ipsos Global Public Affairs, said that this drop in popularity of the Ford government can partially be attributed to the reality of electing a government that's so different from the previous one.

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{{cite news | first = Christopher | last = Whan | title = Ontario's three major parties neck and neck as Ford's honeymoon period ends: Ipsos poll | url = https://globalnews.ca/news/5310826/ontario-politics-doug-ford-ipsos-poll/ | work = Global News | date = May 24, 2019 | accessdate = May 29, 2019 }}