Who Would Win?

A new poll suggests Prime Minister Paul Martin still has a lot of work to do to repair the damage caused by the sponsorship scandal.

The Ipsos-Reid survey found that Liberals have the backing of 38 per cent of decided voters, the same as they did three weeks ago in the polling company's last survey.

The Conservatives are at 27 per cent, up one percentage point from the last poll, while the NDP are at 15 per cent, down two points.

The numbers suggest the Liberals would form only a minority government if an election were held now.

Sources suggest an election call is very close.

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