January 28, 2008 by Joseph Krohn
A new poll suggests the federal Liberals have edged back into the lead over the governing Conservatives. The Canadian Press Harris-Decima survey indicated the Liberals were the choice of 32 per cent of respondents, compared with 29 for the Tories. The NDP stood at 16 per cent and the Green party at 12. The Bloc Quebecois was at nine per cent nationally but led the pack in Quebec with 37 per cent. The Liberals and Conservatives have been see-sawing into and out of the national lead since mid-December.