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May 27, 2014

 and  | May 27, 2014 | Last Updated: May 27 10:44 AM ET

Kathleen Wynne and the Liberals have a small lead over Tim Hudak’s Progressive Conservatives heading into the latter half of the Ontario election campaign, a new poll suggests.

The Liberals have a three-point lead over the PCs among likely voters, 36% to 33%, while Andrea Horwath’s NDP trail at 24%, according to the Abacus Data poll.

Despite the Liberal’s lead, the poll finds only 24% eligible voters believe that Wynne and the Liberals should be re-elected on June 12.

None of the challenging parties seem to be gathering momentum so far in the campaign. If the mood for change is going to grow and firm up, neither Hudak or Horwath are making that happen so far.

The Liberals lead in Toronto and eastern Ontario ridings, but are even with the Conservatives in the GTA and with the NDP in northern Ontario. The PCs hold the lead in southwestern Ontario.

“None of the challenging parties seem to be gathering momentum so far in the campaign. If the mood for change is going to grow and firm up, neither Hudak or Horwath are making that happen so far,” Abacus pollster Dan Coletto said in a post.

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