Another three polls today after the four yesterday - they really do come in bunches, don't they? None of the Liberal and Conservative numbers for today suggest movement, so I'll focus on the NDP and Bloc results.
The Nanos daily poll shows no notable movement on the Bloc side. However, the NDP is down everywhere, resulting in a 2.3% national drop to a paltry 14.9%. The Dippers lost 3.6% in Ontario to 11.2%, and 2.4% in Québec to 16.5%.
Fortunately for the NDP, the two other polls do not suggest that they've dropped to abysmal levels in Ontario or that they've lost the gained ground in Québec. Indeed, EKOS has them has pretty normal levels in those areas (though low in the West), while Forum Research puts them at a strong 20% nationally and 23% in Québec. These two polls are both terrible for the Bloc, which is at 33% and 27% respectively. A couple of more polls like this and the Bloc would drop significantly in the projection.
For now, the Liberals make modest gains:
CON - 149
LIB - 76
BQ - 50
NDP - 33
The average Tory national lead decreases slightly, to 10.6%.