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Poll Shows Justin Trudeau Wouldn't Get The Most Votes If Canada's Federal Election Was Held Today

The Canadian federal election is quickly approaching and a new report shows that if people were to head to the polls today, Justin Trudeau wouldn't get the most votes.

A new Leger survey conducted between August 27 and August 30 showed that 34% of decided voters would vote for the Conservatives if they cast their ballots today.

If Canada\u2019s Federal Election Was Held Today Justin Trudeau Wouldn\u2019t Be Prime Minister Leger

Thirty percent of decided voters said they would vote for the Liberals, and 24% said they would vote for the NDP.

When asked which leader would be the best prime minister, 23% of respondents answered Justin Trudeau and 23% answered Jagmeet Singh, followed by 21% of respondents choosing Erin O'Toole, according to the survey.

Thirty-nine percent of survey respondents said they think the Liberal Party will win the upcoming election.

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