June 10, 2014 4:44 pm
Updated: June 10, 2014 4:58 pm

Ontario election seat projection: Liberals 47, PCs 41

Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath, left, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, centre, and Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak, right, take part in the live leaders debate at CBC during the Ontario election in Toronto on Tuesday, June 3, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn


TORONTO – As the Ontario election campaign enters its final days, daily seat projections are painting an ever-closer race for the premier’s job.

An aggregation of polls collected by the Laurier Institute for the Study of Public Opinion and Policy show the Liberals could pick up 47 seats, the Progressive Conservatives 41 and the NDP 19.

The latest poll numbers suggest a similar result to the 2011 election, with the Liberals winning another minority government.

In the week leading up to the election, the Lispop.ca seat projections have been getting closer with a stark Liberal lead tightening to a 2 per cent lead in the popular vote.

The seat projections are based on a collection of polls from Abacus, Ekos, Ipsos and Forum conducted between June 3-8, and taken from a sample of approximately 5,000 respondents.

Seat projection, June 9 »

Seat projection, June 9

Seat projection, June 9 »

Seat projection, June 9

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