According to a new poll by Innovative Research Group, the Liberals are leading with 38 per cent of decided voters. The Conservatives hold 30 per cent while the NDP hold 22 per cent. The Green Party has six per cent nationally, and the Bloc Quebecois three per cent. The poll, which is accurate to within 3.16 percentage points, was conducted for poverty reduction advocacy group ONE Oct. 6-11 with 1,143 Canadians by phone. The poll found that voters are split on the government’s reduction of foreign aid spending, but 54 per cent of Liberals and 59 per cent of New Democrats said they would be likely to support a party that commits to reversing the cuts. In total, 41 per cent of respondents said they would more likely support a party that committed to reversing the cuts.