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Conservatives (33%) Continue To Lead Liberals (30%), But Vote Tightens As Ontario Goes Liberal In Wake Of Martin/Layton Deal

Liberals Assume Lead In Ontario (40%, +5 Points) Over Past Week As Conservatives Stumble (33%, -6 Points)

Saturday, April 30, 2005

Toronto, ON – According to the most recent Ipsos-Reid national survey of 1000 Canadians conducted from April 26th to April 28th, 2005 and provided exclusively to CanWest/Global, volatile Ontario voters have rebounded in the wake of the deal this past week between Prime Minister Paul Martin and NDP Leader Jack Layton, returning the...

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Conservatives  (33%) Continue To Lead Liberals (30%), But Vote Tightens As Ontario Goes Liberal In Wake Of Martin/Layton Deal


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