Just fewer than 4-in-10 will vote for the Progressive Conservatives (39%).
Just shy of 6-in-10 approve of legalized marijuana (56%), while just more than a third disapprove (36%).
One half support Ontario’s doctors in their fee dispute with the provincial government (49%).
Two thirds say marijuana dispensaries should be allowed to operate in the city (64%), while just more than a quarter think they shouldn’t be allowed (28%)
One half approve of the job Gregor Robertson is doing as mayor (50%) and one half do not (50%).
The plurality, close to 4-in-10, approve of single game betting (as opposed to three game betting allowed now - 37%).
One half of Mississauga residents approve of the plan to split from Peel (52%), while one quarter disagree (25%).
The Progressive Conservatives will take more than half the vote (52%), while the NDP (21%) and the Liberals (18%) will split most of the balance.
Almost all characterize Toronto’s homes as not affordable (89%), and 4-in-10 describe them as “not at all affordable” (41%).
The ranked ballot electoral system is strongly preferred to the current first past the post system when the two are directly compared (46% to 29%).
Visualize the latest Toronto election poll results on our interactive map.
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