Christine Elliott and Doug Ford favourites to replace Brown poll shows Toronto Star
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The Forum poll surveyed 751 Ontario voters on Wednesday, asking a series of questions about the future of the Ontario PC party after its leader, Patrick Brown, resigned following sexual misconduct allegations.
Christine Elliott is the most popular choice to be the new face of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party, according to a recent public opinion poll.
The Forum poll surveyed 751 Ontario voters on Thursday, asking a series of questions about the future of the Ontario PC party after its leader, Patrick Brown, resigned following sexual misconduct allegations from two women.
Sixty per cent of respondents said they approve of Brown's decision to resign as party leader, while 18 per cent said they disapprove.
While 41 per cent of voters were unsure of whom they would tout to replace Brown, Elliott led a pack of eight potential candidates with 12 per cent, edging Doug Ford, who polled at 11 per cent.....
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