It was also the last year that the federal Conservative Party was this low in the polls.
According Nanos Research, the Tories have 31.5 per cent national support, the Liberals are at 29.1 per cent, and the New Democrats at 27.2 per cent.
"Polls are snapshots in time, but it’s the trend that counts," pollster Nik Nanos told the Globe and Mail.
"And when you look at the trend line for the Conservatives, over the last two years, it’s basically negative coming out of the election."
Political analyst Gerry Nicholls says we shouldn't get too excited about the polls.
"We are still two years away from an election and the public really isn’t focused on politics," he told Yahoo! Canada News in an email exchange.
"And so polls that ask 'Who will you vote for” often just reflect temporary moodsRead More »from Poll suggests Harper Conservatives are at their lowest mark since 2009