Among those who saw the debate, about one quarter think Justin Trudeau won (23%).
More than 4-in-10 will vote for Finance Minister Joe Oliver (41%).
6-in-10, want the Downtown Relief Line (DRL) built before the Scarborough Subway (61%).
About one tenth have taken the Union-Pearson Airport Express (UPX - 9%).
The majority, just over half, oppose hosting the Olympic Games in Toronto using public funds (53%), while just more than a third support the idea (36%)
The clear majority, about 6-in-10, would support a bid to hold the 2024 Olympic Games (61%).
Close to one quarter of voters have used the Uber ride sharing app (22%) and this is up from less than a fifth in April (18%) and just a tenth last November, 2014 (12%).
Just more than one third say the Pan Am Games have caused disruptions in their daily lives (38%), and among this group, just one fifth say the disruptions were very serious (21%, or about 8% of total Toronto adults).
Almost equal proportions, between 4-in-10 and one half, prefer either the hybrid option for the eastern portion of the Gardiner Expressway (46%) or the boulevard option (42%).
Just one third ride a bicycle in the city (32%) and, of these, just 4-in-10 commute to work or school (44%) for a total of about one seventh of Toronto voters who commute to work or school by bicycle (14%).
Visualize the latest Toronto election poll results on our interactive map.
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