The Ekos poll for the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. was largely carried out before Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff vowed on Tuesday to bring down the minority government as soon as he could.
Ekos put the Conservatives at 32.6 percent support, the same level as last week. The Liberals were also at 32.6 percent, up from 30.9 percent.
Neither of the two main parties is anywhere close to hitting the 40 percent mark that would almost guarantee winning a majority of the 308 seats in the House of Commons.
"The Liberals are set to gain seats, however, even if they do not gain government. And the Conservatives run some danger of losing power if they are forced into an election this fall," Ekos said in a statement.
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