The most recent survey shows them at 38 percent, within spitting distance of forming a majority government.
With Andrew Scheer as leader, the Conservatives have not been below 37 percent all year among decided and leaning voters in any of the Angus Reid polls.
Meanwhile, the Liberals are languishing at 30 percent, which is an improvement over the three previous polls.
The New Democrats are at 14 percent and the Greens have the support of 10 percent.
Only 33 percent think Scheer would be the best prime minister, but he’s still ahead of Justin Trudeau (24 percent), Elizabeth May (11 percent), and Jagmeet Singh (eight percent).