As reported here, the Tories aren't quite over the top:
The survey of more than 1,000 Canadians put support for Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservatives at 38 per cent nationally.
The Liberals trailed at 29 per cent, the NDP polled 21 per cent and the Bloc Quebecois was at eight per cent.
Nationally, only 30% wanted a Tory majority in power. The only province where this figure broke 50% was (naturally) Alberta.
Here is the trend line from the last couple polls (click on image for larger view):
Not much movement, really. The Tories are down a few points and out of Majority territory; the Dippers are up a few. Nothing out of the MOE.
Still, I find myself comforted. There will be no snap election before the Libs pick their man.
Thanks to some sap at Blogging Tories for the tip.