Nanos Research has released a new poll for Ontario's provincial scene, though technically its a poll that is a bit old, done in early February versus the most recent Forum poll, done on the 20th. So the levels of support we see in this poll are post-Wynne win, but not post-Throne Speech.
Nanos Research (Ontario Provincial - February 1-10, 2013)
Ontario Liberal Party: 33.6% (-0.4%) - 47 seats (+2 seats)
Prog. Conservative: 33.7% (-1.0%) - 38 seats (-4 seats)
New Democratic: 26.5% (+4.4%) - 22 seats (+2 seats)
Green Party: 5.4% (-1.4%)
Compared to Nanos' last poll for Ontario out in August 2012, the Liberals, PCs, and Greens dropped, while the NDP jumped up in support a goodly sum. However, unlike other polls, the NDP aren't hitting near 30% in this poll, with the Liberals and Tories fighting for first place. However, the Liberals continue to end up first thanks to their inherent strength in the riding-plentiful GTA.
Not sure what conclusion to draw from this, given that Nanos hasn't produced a provincial poll for half a year, and generally boosts up Liberal numbers in their pre-writ polling (they're usually one of the most accurate pollsters when elections are called). At the very least, it does fall somewhat in with other recent pollsters.
No regionals, but I do have a map. That's good enough, right?