Intentions to vote: Liberal Party of Canada leads the race in Quebec


This is the result of a Léger survey conducted on behalf of Montreal Newspaper published Saturday morning.

If elections were to be held today, 34% of Canadians would vote in favor of the Liberals versus 33% for the Conservatives. Far behind point the Green Party and the NDP, both with 12% support.

Note that the Conservatives have lost about 7 points since the spring.

The Bloc Québécois would reap 5% nationally, two points higher than the People's Party of Canada Maxime Bernier.

In Quebec, 34% of the electorate would vote in favor of the Liberals, 11% more than the Conservatives and 14% ahead of the Bloc Québécois.

More than half of Canadians (57%) say they are dissatisfied with the current government while 46% take a "rather negative" look at the record of Trudeau's years in power.

The survey was conducted on the Internet from August 27 to 29 with 2102 Canadians eligible to vote. It has a margin of error of +/- 2.14%, and 19 times out of 20.

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