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The Conservatives' national support is 34 per cent, a low since the campaign began, and the figure "masks a sharper deterioration in seat-rich Central Canada," he said.
The Liberals are at 24 per cent, NDP at 20, Green party at 13 and Bloc Québécois at eight. The poll also suggests that leadership ratings of Liberal Stéphane Dion and Conservative Stephen Harper are converging, another positive for the Liberals, Anderson said.
Harper's leadership rating is sinking, and Dion's rising, although the Liberal is still last among the five leaders. The NDP's Jack Layton and Gilles Duceppe of the Bloc are far in front, while the Green Leader Elizabeth May is in third place and has risen sharply.
According to the latest four-day rolling Canadian Press-Harris-Decima survey, done in partnership with the CBC, about 32 per cent of participants said they would vote for the Conservatives. It marks yet another drop in the party's steady decline of support since its peak of 41 per cent at the start of the five-week election campaign. Liberals rose to 25 per cent, while the NDP continued its climb with 21 per cent, according to the poll conducted Oct. 2-5. The Green party fell a point to 12 per cent and the Bloc held steady with eight per cent voter support.