More than one third will vote NDP in the coming federal election (34%).
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%).
Two thirds (62%) approve of the “abortion pill” RU 486 being approved for use in Canada, while fewer than one fifth disapprove(18%).
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 disapproves of the early election call leading to an 11 week campaign (59%).
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%)
As many as 4-in-10 will vote NDP in the coming election (39%) and this represents a sharp increase from last week (June 28 - 33%)
Equal proportions, a third each, will vote for the federal Conservatives or the NDP if the election were held today (33% each).
Visualize the latest Toronto election poll results on our interactive map.
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1310 News - NDP’s refusal to support Liberal budget could backfire: poll
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NDP’s refusal to support Liberal budget could backfire
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