Ipsos reports that if the election were held tomorrow, the Ontario PC Party under Doug Ford would get 38 per cent of the decided popular vote, followed by the Liberals led by Steven Del Duca at 28 per cent. The NDP, led by Andrea Horwath, would get 24 per cent, with the Green Party getting four per cent.
Poll results also show that five per cent of respondents would vote for another party, while 13 per cent remain undecided. Seven per cent of those surveyed indicated they would not vote.
Of those aged 55 and older, the poll showed the PCs are well ahead with 52 per cent, followed by the Liberals at 26 per cent, NDP at 15 per cent, Green Party at two per cent, and other parties at six per cent.
Among those aged 35 to 54, the PCs and Liberals are tied at 32 per cent, followed by the NDP at 27 per cent, Green Party at six per cent and other parties at four per cent.
For those aged 18 to 34, 37 per cent indicated support for the NDP, followed by the Liberals at 27 per cent, PCs at 23 per cent, Green Party at seven per cent, and other parties at five per cent.