One month can make a difference when you track the fortunes of Political parties with the same pollster and they keep asking the same questions. Environics Research here.I don't see the detail in the regional breakdown and have sent an email. Updated now.
In Ontario, the Conservatives now hold 40 percent of the vote compared to 35 percent for the Liberals and 14 percent for the New Democrats. In Quebec, the Bloc Québécois leads with 41 percent over the second place Liberals at 24 percent, while the Conservatives and NDP trail with 19 and 12 percent respectively. The Conservatives remain dominant in Alberta (57%) and in Manitoba/Saskatchewan (47%). The Liberals lead in Atlantic Canada (47%). In British Columbia, the Conservatives lead with 39 percent, while the Liberals (25%) and NDP (24%) are in a virtual tie for second place. Details here
In Ontario, the Liberals now hold 38 percent of the vote compared to 33 percent for the Conservatives and 16 percent for the New Democrats. In Quebec, the Bloc Québécois leads with 37 percent over the second place Liberals at 28 percent, while the NDP and the Conservatives trail with 12 percent each. The Conservatives remain dominant in Alberta (47%) and in Manitoba/Saskatchewan (53%). The Liberals (36%) and Conservatives (34%) are virtually tied in Atlantic Canada, with the New Democrats not far behind at 25 percent. In British Columbia, the Conservatives lead with 37 percent, while the New Democrats, Greens and Liberals are in a virtual three-way dead heat for second place.Summary
The support for the Conservatives has been consistent and in the most regions they have a comfortable gap between them and the second place party.