From Ipsos-Reid, this time, via Canada.com:
According to Ipsos Reid, 38 per cent of decided voters would vote for the Conservatives (down one percentage point from an Ipsos poll in late July, and down five percentage points from a poll in mid-May, when Harper's popularity hit a peak).
By comparison, support for the Liberals has risen by two points in the last month -- 29 per cent of voters would support the official Opposition party (which won't even have a permanent leader until a convention in early December). Support for the NDP remains unchanged at 17 per cent.
The Bloc Quebecois also remains fairly steady, garnering the support of 10 per cent of voters nationally. The Green party, which chose Elizabeth May as its new leader last week, has the support of five per cent of voters -- a two-point drop from a month earlier.
Same reasons for the Tory decline as in every other poll seen this August--the bloom is off in Quebec:
The poll shows that the Conservatives have dropped from a "post-election honeymoon high" in Quebec of 34 per cent in February to 22 per cent now. Conversely, the Bloc appears "resilient," with 43 per cent of the vote in the province.