09.18.2017 12:53 PM

John Tory is going to be pretty hard to beat – from the Right or Left

Check this out, from the folks at Campaign Research:

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What does that all mean?  It means that – at this stage – Toronto’s mayor is in pretty good shape, I’d say.  Two-thirds of voters won’t consider either Ford or Layton.

John Tory has got a surprisingly big “net positive number,” and Doug Ford has a rather big “net negative” number.  And Mike Layton just isn’t that well-known.

The election is a long way away.  But it looks like Tory’s opponents have a rather steep hill to climb, even now.



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    Sean says:

    I think Doug announced way too early. The guy’s desperate for attention, and having to endure a year of him showing up at parades and community events, badmouthing Tory for nothing really substantive, is going to burn out any lingering enthusiasm the public has for the Ford family, but quick. Rob, for all his faults, was a man of the people. Doug is not, by any stretch of the imagination.

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    Mario says:

    Doug is not the retail politician his brother was. I don’t think Toronto is ready to swing back to the far left again with Layton.

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