The Nanos poll put the Conservatives at 37.5 percent of committed voters and the Liberals at 33.4 percent. A month earlier it had the Liberals ahead by 2.5 points.
It put the NDP at 14.8 percent, the Bloc at 9.7 percent and the Greens at 4.6 percent. However, it found one in four voters were now undecided, up from one out of six.
Nanos surveyed 1,003 Canadians from August 28 to September 3
It's been awhile since I've seen Nanos give the Conservatives such a high national score. The last Nanos had it 34-31% for the Liberals, NDP at 19%. The Liberal vote is consistent, but that's a noticeable bounce for the Conservatives- one has to assume a good result in Ontario. Whatever, this is the type of change poll to poll that you take notice of, although I'm not particularly fazed on the Liberal election decision.
I'll post more tomorrow or later, if it becomes available.