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With federal parties gearing up for a possible federal election in the coming months, new polling suggests that waning support for the Liberals is going to make winning a majority government difficult to pull off. The Conservatives are now closing the gap, according to new polling from Ipsos, with the Liberals down two points at 36 per cent and the Tories gaining four points in the last month to get to an even 30 per cent nationally. The polling also points to the NDP holding steady to receive 20 per cent of the vote, while the Bloc Quebecois would gather seven per cent nationally. The Green Party would secure three per cent and even less Canadians would vote for the People’s Party or any other party, at two per cent each.

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