Yet another poll puts John Tory way out in front
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A new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid for Global News tells a much different story than the ones done late last week, in the immediate aftermath of Rob Ford’s withdrawal from the mayoral race. Unlike those two earlier polls, which disagreed on Doug Ford’s standing (one gave him second place, while the other put him a distant third), this latest one seems consistent with what we were seeing prior to Friday’s shakeup. Doug’s vote percentage, in this online poll of 586 Torontonians, is close to what Rob was getting in the weeks leading up to his health crisis. If it’s true that voters consider the two brothers to be virtually interchangeable, then this kind of similarity in poll results would make sense. There’s one way in which this poll agrees with all other recent polls, though: it gives John Tory a commanding lead. If he hadn’t already cemented his frontrunner status, he certainly has now.
One thought on “Yet another poll puts John Tory way out in front”
Tory is in a commanding position. If he makes no major mistakes, he should be headed for the mayor’s office.
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