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Ontario debate – no knockout punches – McGuinty appears to have done well

So the Ontario debate has come and gone. There were no real “gotcha moments” last night, which is bad for the opposition parties, since you’d like to get some momentum for your side by laying a licking on the governing Premier. In fact, it appears the immediate public impression from 2 different sources was that Hudak finished last. Ipsos-Reid had Dalton Mcguinty narrowly winning last night, while a second poll from CP24 in Toronto did have NDP leader Andrea Horvath narrowly leading Mcguinty. In both cases, Hudak was last with 25%.

He had better hope that’s not a provincial wide trend. It can’t be too encouraging when the Toronto Sun said he did nothing to make a better case for Ontario voters to cast a ballot for him and his PC party.
The quote was “[Hudak] failed to seal the deal by offering a convincing vision of how he would do things differently.” Ouch. That’s from your most fervent supporters.

1 comment to Ontario debate – no knockout punches – McGuinty appears to have done well

  • janfromthebruce

    hmm, CP24 had Horwath winning largely –

    Horwath: 42%, McGuinty: 34%, Hudak: 25%,” tweeted CP24).

    I think an 10 point spread is pretty large; what do you think?

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