With Doug Ford losing to leaderless party in latest poll, Liberals should reconsider their strategy - 2020-01-17

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F94.png With Doug Ford losing to leaderless party in latest poll, Liberals should reconsider their strategy January 17, 2020, Emma Teitel, Toronto Star

No one is polling better than Ontario Premier Doug Ford. That's not to say Ford is more popular than his political opponents, but that quite literally, no one is polling better than him.

According to a new survey released this week by Pollara Strategic Insights, the provincial Liberal party is polling four points ahead of the provincial PCs, even though at present the Liberals don't have an official leader.

In other words, Ford is losing the province's popularity contest to a party, not a person: i.e. to no one. Or, to be fair, you could say he's losing it to Liberal interim leader John Fraser.

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