A new poll by Angus Reid, conducted for the Toronto Star, found that of those who voted Liberal in the 2008 election, just 38 per cent think Michael Ignatieff should remain party leader, while 46 per cent said the party should replace Ignatieff. The poll also revealed that if an election were to be held today, Parliament wouldn’t look much different. Conservatives would have the support of 38 per cent of voters, Liberals 26 per cent, the New Democrats 18 per cent, and the Bloc Quebecois 10 per cent.
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