2018-05-14 01:11:45 UTC
An anybody-but-Ford movement is percolating as the June 7 election draws
closer, with Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals at the biggest risk of being left
behind, suggests a poll provided to the Star.
Swaths of Liberal and NDP voters most firmly opposed to Doug Ford are
preparing to switch allegiance if the other party appears to have a
better chance of stopping his Progressive Conservatives, said Craig
Worden, president of Pollara Strategic Insights.
The likelihood is stronger in Toronto than in the rest of the province
and is a red flag to the Liberals because they have a higher percentage
of voters motivated mainly by anti-Ford sentiments than Andrea Horwath’s
New Democrats, Worden added.
Meanwhile, many Ontario voters are determined to get rid of Wynne and
the Liberals before they bankrupt us.