The NDP has 33 percent of the vote, up one point since last month, while the Conservatives are polling at 27 percent, down five points, the Leger research group said.
The Liberals, led by Justin Trudeau, the son of former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, are polling in second with 28 percent of the vote, up three points.
Leger is a solid pollster, though I don't think they work the ROC very often. Anyway, they confirm one thing that everyone knows; Justin helped himself in the first debate. You can also infer that the Duffy Trial is beginning to take its toll on CPC numbers. Sure nobody but the poli-nerds are paying attention, but its kind of like an ugly buzz in the air that you hear whenever the news comes on, whether you're listening or not.