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Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne is seen at a farmer's market in Waterdown, Ont., on June 7 as she campaigns for the June 12 election.
Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne is seen at a farmer's market in Waterdown, Ont., on June 7 as she campaigns for the June 12 election.
(COLIN PERKEL/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Ontario Liberals could edge out PCs, polls say – but it’ll be close

With just two days remaining before Ontarians are called to the voting booths, polls suggest the Liberals and Progressive Conservatives remain in a neck-and-neck race, as they have for most of the provincial election campaign. Will that hold through to election day?

The latest vote and seat projections from ThreeHundredEight.com, incorporating all poll data released up to Tuesday morning and in the field to Monday night, puts the Liberals and Tories in a tie with 37 per cent apiece, with the New Democrats in third at 20 per cent and the Greens with 5 per cent. That is virtually unchanged since last week.