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Liberals 32% (-1), Conservatives 32% (-1), NDP 20% (-1): LEGER

The three major parties each lost one point over the past week to the Bloc and PPC.

According to the latest federal election poll in Canada by Leger, the Liberals and Conservatives have decreased one point each over the last week to 32% in overall voting intention. The NDP have also dropped one point down to 20%. The poll was conducted from Sept. 10 to 13. The last federal voting intentions update from Leger took place from Sept. 3 to 6.

Of the three points lost this past week by the three major parties, two went to the People’s Party of Canada and one went to the Bloc Québécois.

The Liberals have dropped four points since Justin Trudeau called the election on Aug. 15. According to the CBC Poll Tracker, there is an 17% probability that Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada will win a majority and a 75% probability that they will win the election.

Liberals 32% (-1), Conservatives 32% (-1), NDP 20% (-1): LEGER

When Justin Trudeau won the federal election in 2015, he secured a majority with 39.47% of the popular vote. In the last federal election in 2019, Trudeau won a minority with 33.12% of the popular vote, below the Conservatives who achieved 34.34%.

For the complete poll results and methodology from Leger, please visit their website.

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