Ekos has released a very large sample poll of 11,000 Canadians. And, lo and behold, the result shows a minority Liberal government would prevail.
The poll also reveals a very large Liberal lead in Ontario and that Stephen Harper is ahead of Michael Ignatieff is popular support (although 44% surveyed prefer neither of the men).
One problem though. As almost all of my Liberal buddies know, since January I've been asking that burning question: "What incentive, if any, would the NDP or the BLOC have to support us in a non-confidence motion?" The answer is ZERO. Both are enjoying large seat counts. Both are pissed at the non-binding coalition agreement debacle. Hell, Jack is already not down with an election call.