A Harris-Decima poll released today shows that the governing Tory party in Canada, under the leadership of Prime Minister Harper is losing popularity quickly due in large part to their performance at the recent United Nation's global warming conference held in Bali, Indonesia.
The Harper government now finds itself in a statistical tie at 30% with the opposition Liberal Party.
Support for the Tories has dropped across all regions and demographic groups.
The poll conducted by Harris-Decima finds that Tory popularity has dropped 11% in Quebec, 17% in British Columbia and a whopping 20% in Prime Minister Harper's home-province of Alberta.
While stating various causes for the recent drop,  Harris-Decima president Bruce Anderson speculated that the government's reluctance to sign onto global greenhouse gas reduction targets in Bali cost the Tories support among urban, women and Quebec voters, who tend to be more environmentally conscious.
This research today confirms the results of a poll released earlier this week  that found the Harper government taking on water over their stance on the environment and climate change. Pollster Angus Reid stated that, "the environment remains the most important issue in this country ... and this is an issue the Harperites haven't understood."
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