Liberal and NDP voters prefer Charest over Poilievre for CPC leader

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A new Leger poll finds that Liberal and New Democrat voters prefer Jean Charest or Patrick Brown over frontrunner Pierre Poilievre for leader of the Conservative Party.

The findings are based on data made up from 1,528 Canadians in an online survey, using “computer-assisted web interviewing technology,” reports CTV. The study cannot be assigned a margin of error because it is an internet-based poll.

The Leger survey asked respondents to rank the six candidates in the running based on how they believe they would do as leader.

Leger executive Vice President Christian Bourque said that one-third of those asked seemed indifferent to the contest.

With Conservative voters, nearly a quarter of respondents said they did not know and eight percent said none of the above.

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