Poll says Conservative party holding a lead over Liberals


A new survey says the Conservative party is maintaining a steady lead over Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals.
Forty per cent of respondents said they would vote for the Tories if a federal election were held today, compared to 26 per cent who said they would vote Liberal and 17 per cent who would vote N-D-P.
Polling firm Leger asked just over 16-hundred Canadians for their political leanings from Friday to Sunday in a web survey.
It can't be assigned a margin of error because online polls are not considered truly random samples.
Twenty-nine per cent of respondents said they think Tory Leader Pierre Poilievre would make the best potential prime minister of Canada.
Only 19 per cent said that would be Trudeau, and 15 per cent said they think N-D-P Leader Jagmeet Singh takes the cake.
The poll found nearly two-thirds of Canadians, or 63 per cent, are dissatisfied with the federal government led by Trudeau.