Yet another poll puts John Tory in the lead in the mayoral race
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Like Sunday’s Mainstreet Technologies poll, this new poll of 1,000 Torontonians by Nanos Research, conducted on behalf of the Globe and Mail and CTV News and released on Monday night, shows John Tory exactly where he has been since at least the beginning of August: out in front of all his main rivals for the mayoralty. The difference? These numbers are Tory’s best to date—and they may be even better than they appear. When voters who have yet to make up their minds are filtered out, the former Ontario PC leader gets 49 per cent of the decided vote. A Forum poll, also released on Monday, shows Tory with a slightly more modest advantage.