The Saturday polling numbers from Nanos Research, commissioned by CTV News and The Globe and Mail, show that Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have moved from 31.3 per cent to 34.4 per cent from Thursday. The jump of 3.1 percentage points marks the biggest single-day jump for the Liberals since the beginning of the campaign and brings the party 0.2 percentage points ahead of where the party started the campaign. This support may have come directly at a cost to the Conservatives who saw their polling numbers fall from 33.3 per cent to 30.1 per cent, the party’s worst position so far this election. The Green Party also saw a rise in support moving from 3.8 per cent to 4.6 per cent. The NDP saw a small dip of 0.2 per cent putting them at 19 per cent, and the Bloc saw a similar fall and now stand at 6.4 per cent. The People’s Party of Canada remains at 5 per cent. They were not at any of the debates after failing to meet the criteria for participation.