The federal conservative party would win a majority if a vote was held today shows a new vote.
In a recent sampling, 43% said they would vote conservatively, while 34% wanted to cast a liberal vote.
"The Conservatives have a strong and stable leadership over the Liberals when we enter the New Year," said Dr. Lorne Bozinoff, Chair of Forum Research, who conducted the survey.
"With more than half of the NDP, BQ (Bloc Quebecois) and green voters believe that Canada is better now than four years ago, it is important for (Prime Minister Justin) Trudeau's Liberals to capture indefinite voters from these parties to get a chance to win the election (Andrew) Scheer's conservative.
To favor the conservatives are the latest results that find that 54% of respondents disapprove of the job Trudeau, which includes a number of unpopular gaffes.
The PM was recently criticized for tweeting for a late night television celebrity that Canada would donate $ 50 million to an education charity host was involved in. Critics said Trudeau tried to impress a celebrity.
Earlier this year, the Trudeau government took a 1.6 million dollar trip to India and included in the cost was $ 17,000 to bring a celebrity manager to prepare a meal for an official reception.
Among the many other mistakes, his very unpopular assertion has been that the budget will balance itself.
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh has 41% disapproval rate with voters, according to the poll.
Scheer's disapproval is the lowest at 35%.
When asked who would make the best prime minister, the survey says that it was a horse race with Scheer and Trudeau almost bound to the best PM.
Those in the survey were most likely to support the conservatives from the west and liberal supporters from the East.
Ca. 60% of the conservative supporters were from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Half of them were between 44 and 54 years old and earned between $ 60 and $ 80. About 47% of them had a high school level or less.
In the Atlantic Canada, 50% were Liberal Supporters and over 35 years. Forty percent earned between $ 100,000 to $ 250,000 and 40% of them had a postgraduate degree.
When respondents were asked in Canada, it was better than it was four years ago, 47% said it was.
Broken down, 88% of Conservative voters said that the state of the country is worse now than in 2014, while 86% of the Liberals feel that the country is doing better.
The forum survey is based on 1,541 random phone surveys from all over the country. It was performed from 28th November to 29th and is considered to be accurate plus or minus 3%, 19 times out of 20.