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Ottawa, May 23 (Canadian-Media): Latest trends prior to the June 7 elections, according to Poll Tracker, an aggregation of all publicly available polling data, indicate that Progressive Conservatives (PCs) reveaed a gain of over seven points for the New Democratic Party (NDP), since the last pre-campaign update, media reports said.
PCs were shown to have 37.9 percent support, with the (NDP) at 33.8 percent support, while Ontario Liberals were down to 23 per cent, while the Greens under Mike Schreiner stand at four per cent support according to Poll Tracker.
Ontario Leaders 2018: Horwath, Ford and Wynne/Courtesy of CP24News
In two of the three polls published recently, the NDP had shown great progress narrowing the gap between the PCs and the NDP even further.
Underlying trends are, reportedly, pointing in the NDP's favour.
According to a survey by the Innovative Research Group, during the opening days of the campaign, the voters' opinion about Horwath had improved while the effects of voters on Wynne and Ford campaigns had the opposite effect on them.
According to the estimates of Poll Tracker, PCs would win between 51 and 88 seats, the NDP would win between 30 and 59 seats, while the Liberals would win between zero and 26 seats.
In the past week, the Liberals have slipped less than a point, while the PCs have dropped three.
Horwath's growing popularity, according to reports, has given her enough time to get to the top there by June 7, if Doug Ford is unable to check NDP's forward momentum.