Today's Nanos poll again contains little action. We can simply note that Ontario is now a 5.4% Conservative lead, exactly the same as in 2008, while the Bloc is back up to 38.7% in Québec.
The projection is again unchanged:
CON - 150
LIB - 79
BQ - 48
NDP - 31
The average Conservative lead is down to 11.4%, mostly due to the depreciation of the COMPAS poll.
This Hill Times reported two days ago on a Forum Research poll. However, the only regional figures reported were for the Bloc and the NDP, so I am not including the survey in the projection. If I did so based on the available numbers, the NDP would gain a seat from the Bloc and the Tory national lead would be marginally higher.