Federal leaders are doing their best to draw voters to their camps during the final hours before the people go to the polls. New information from Nanos Research shows that Conservatives and Liberals are in what seems like dead heat.
Poll figures released last Sunday show that only 0.3 percent separates the two camps.
Liberals are at 30.8 percent, while the Conservatives currently stand at 30.5 percent, this is according to Nik Nanos, chief and founder of Nanos Research.
The NDP are at 21.0 percent, 0.1 percent rise from the previous day
The People’s party has had its popularity decline from 7.3 percent to 5.6 percent. They are currently below the Blocs, who are at 6.5 percent. The Greens trailing at 4.7 percent.
Nanos notes that of those they polled, about 8.4 percent are not sure how to vote.
Justine Trudeau has about 29.4 percent support, 25.9 percent for Erin O’Toole, while the NDP’s Jagmeet Singh enjoys 22.3 percent support as preferred candidate for post of prime minister.