It is increasingly looking like mcliar and his friends are sinking into quicksand. A strong stable Ontario PC government is coming.
I was quite distressed to learn of the illness of Miller Hudak and am very pleased that she is doing better. All Ontarians and indeed all Canadians should keep Miller in their prayers.
Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak is roaring toward a majority win in the Oct. 6 provincial election thanks to a platform that is enticing voters, a new poll suggests.
The Forum Research survey found Hudak’s Tories at 41 per cent compared with 26 per cent for Premier Dalton McGuinty’s governing
“There’s like an eight-year itch,” Forum president Lorne Bozinoff said in an interview, referring to McGuinty’s two terms in power.
“It’s really hard to get that third term. People just get tired of seeing the same people all the time,” said Bozinoff.
Because of the poll’s large sample size of 3,198 people, Forum was able to do a seat projection based on results from various regions across the province.
Hudak’s support translates into 65 seats for the Conservatives in the 107-seat Legislature to 23 for the Liberals and 19 for the New Democrats.