Liberal support strong despite Tory attacks: Poll

Federal Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau. (JOEL LEMAY/QMI Agency)

Federal Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau. (JOEL LEMAY/QMI Agency)

David Akin, National Bureau Chief

, Last Updated: 6:24 PM ET

OTTAWA — Despite a steady barrage of Conservative radio ads attacking Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau over the past several months, Trudeau's party is maintaining a healthy lead in the polls over both its major rivals.

The latest Abacus Data federal vote intention poll, provided exclusively to QMI Agency, shows the Liberals enjoy the support of 34% of committed voters, compared to 28% for Stephen Harper's Conservatives and 23% for Thomas Mulcair's NDP.

Looking at the results for all 1,249 respondents, including those whose commitment to vote is less strong, 27% said they'd vote Liberal, 22% said Conservative, 18% said NDP, 11% chose other parties and 22% were undecided.

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