Ontario voters divided on Brown’s entry into PC leadership race: poll

It appears Ontario voters are split on whether they believe former PC leader Patrick Brown should have entered the race for the party’s leadership, according to a new poll.

The Forum Research poll, which randomly surveyed 949 Ontario voters, found that 38 per cent of respondents agreed with his decision, while 39 per cent said they did not agree. About 22 per cent of those surveyed said they did not know if it was the right call.

Brown resigned late last month after CTV News published allegations of sexual misconduct against him from two women.