There's an interesting poll on the Ontario political scene that seems to contradict itself.
The poll says the Ontario Liberals have a sizable lead (41-34) over the Progressive Conservatives but that 47 percent of Ontarians also believe it's time for a change in government.
How can this be?
Well the short answer is Ontario voters do want a change, but they don't see PC leader John Tory as representing change.
And no wonder.
Tory has done little to distinguish his party from the Dalton McGuinty Liberals in terms of policies.
So the voters are likely saying, if we have to choose between a real Liberal Party and a pseudo-Liberal Party, might as well choose the real deal.