The plurality, 4-in-10, approves of an Ontario basic income to replace social assistance and other provincial support payments (41%).
4-in-10 will vote PC if the provincial election were held today (40%).
More than half disagreed that Catholic schools should continue to receive public funding (52%).
Close to half approve of the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP), intended for introduction in 2018, as a supplement to the Canada Pension Plan or CPP (44%).
Well more than 4-in-10 will vote PC if the election were held today (44%).
The majority said it was not a good budget for Ontario (56%), while fewer than one fifth thought it was good for the province (19%).
Two thirds (63%) say they are extremely (28%) or very happy (35%) with their lives, while a further one quarter say they are happy (27%).
One half agree Premier Kathleen Wynne had a role in erasing the gas plant e-mails (49%).
Three quarters approve of the job Jim Watson is doing as mayor (73%).
Close to 6-in-10 approve of legalized marijuana or cannabis (56%) and this is similar to national rates of approval noted recently (November 4, national sample - 59%).
Visualize the latest Toronto election poll results on our interactive map.
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