"the softness of Liberal support makes the coming election less about winning and losing and more about seizing a promising moment for a majority."
How does Travers conclude Liberal support is "soft"? Seems to me that the one constant, in all the polls, since the last election, is that the Liberals bottom is around 30%. That fact suggests the core, the base, the bottomline. In addition, the more people point to the Liberals troubles, it actually speaks to "hard" support, because the numbers don't waiver, regardless of overwhelming negativity. Good luck to the Conservatives if they conclude the path to majority is through "soft" Liberal support, seems an unlikely scenario from here.