The Conservative attack-ad producers might want to get their storyboards ready.
Despite a relatively strong economy and a year of delivering on their promises, the Stephen Harper Conservatives now find themselves in second place in the opinion polls.
A new Canadian Press Harris Decima survey, published Thursday, indicates the NDP now have 34 per cent of popular support, compared to 30 per cent for the Tories.
Ekos pollster Frank Graves, says there's a lot of issues at play here.
"It is a product of building on success on last election, Mulcair honeymoon and the recent stumbling of Conservatives on robo scandal and the F35 issues," he said in an email exchange with Yahoo! Canada News.
"[The poll] also reflects burgeoning concerns with inequality, increased ideological polarization and growing sense NDP are best political bet for those unhappy with current national direction."
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