Conservatives ahead, barely

Ipsos released a post-debate poll today indicating that the Conservative Party of Canada is on the favourable side of a statistical tie as the numbers indicate that that party has 32% compared to 29% for the Liberals and 16% for the NDP.

The Conservatives seems to be stalled, however, as Liberals continue to fall. Perhaps the Conservative momentum after the debates has been balanced by false negative Liberal attack ads.

The Liberals are at their lowest level of support as they have dropped from 41% from when the election began to the current low at 29%.

It’s still aparent that it’s anyone’s election, however, Paul Martin seems to be riding a downward trend as Stephen Harper needs to present reasons to vote for a Conservative government rather than why one shouldn’t vote Liberal.