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Grits Thrashed In Wake Of Gomery Report

Liberals (31%, -7 Points) Fall Into Virtual Tie With Tories (30%, +4 Points)

Potential Conservative Minority Looms If Vote Holds – Ontario Gives Tories Boost While Bloc Gains In Quebec

November 4, 2005

Contact Darrell Bricker at (416) 324-2001

Category Politics & Elections (National)
Location Canada


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Darrell Bricker at (416) 324-2001

Toronto, ON – Despite Justice John Gomery's report "exonerating" Prime Minister Paul Martin in what has become known as the Quebec Sponsorship Scandal, support for his embattled party among decided voters has plummeted to a low not witnessed since May, 2005 according to the latest Ipsos Reid CanWest News Service/Global News national survey of Canadians. The poll shows that the recent Liberal lead over the Conservatives has all but evaporated, and the Bloc Quebecois now have a stronger stranglehold on Quebec denying Paul Martin any potential post Gomery ruling support momentum at "ground zero" for his party there.