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Ontario Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne unveils her party's platform in Thunder Bay on May 25.
Ontario Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne unveils her party's platform in Thunder Bay on May 25.
(Frank Gunn/Canadian Press)

Polls point to gains for Ontario Liberals in close race

While the polls still have not entirely converged in the Ontario provincial election campaign, they do seem to point to a positive trend for Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals.

The governing Liberals have moved ahead in ThreeHundredEight.com’s vote and seat projections, gaining two points since last week to lead with 36 per cent support. The Progressive Conservatives under Tim Hudak have fallen three points to 33 per cent, while Andrea Horwath’s New Democrats are holding steady at 23 per cent support. The Greens are polling well above their 2011 electoral result at 7 per cent.