Half of Canadian voters undecided: poll

Few Canadians made up their minds in the first 31 days of the federal election campaign, and the three-way race is still wide open. Half of Canadians are still willing to consider voting for any of two or more parties.

There have been tours, rallies, announcements, commercials and even a leaders’ debate, but all that hasn’t clinched many votes over the course of August. All three major parties remain in a statistical tie – but there’s plenty of potential for the race to swing wildly in the seven weeks before the Oct. 19 vote.