EKOS: "Huge divisions over current political crisis"

Tables and other data here, although the release doesn’t include the regional breakdown for the Big Question:

Q. The Conservative government of Stephen Harper will likely be defeated when Parliament next
has an opportunity to vote. The opposition parties want to replace the Conservatives with a
coalition made up of Liberals and New Democrats led on an interim basis by Stéphane Dion.
Based on this, which of the following is closest to your view?

The proposed coalition of Liberals and New Democrats replacing the Conservative government
within the next few week: 28%

Parliament taking a breakfor a month or so to see whether the Conservatives can get the confidence of parliament when it comes back into session: 37%

An election to be called within the next few weeks to break the impasse: 19%

DK/NR: 16%

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