Liberals lead in Québec
Toronto, June 14th, 2019 – In a
random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 1471 Québec voters 18
or older, a third (32%) say they would vote for the Liberals if a federal
election were held today.
A quarter (25%) say they would support the
Conservatives, one-fifth (18%) say they would support the BQ, 1 in 10 (10%)
support the Green Party, while a similar proportion (9%) support the NDP.
Few support either the PPC (4%) or another party
Respondents most likely to say they would vote
for the Liberals if a federal election were held today include females (39%),
the least wealthy (40%), with an income of $40,000 to $60,000 (37%), $60,000 to
$80,000 (36%), $100,000 to $250,000
(35%), and those living in Montreal (38%).
Quebec says the environment should
be the priority of political parties
(34%) of respondents say the environment should be the priority of political
parties in federal elections, with one-fifth
saying it should be the economy (20%), and another fifth (19%) saying it should
who are most likely to say the environment should be priority are those aged 34
and younger (49%), females (38%), and those living in Montreal (38%).
Quebec is Most Confident in
(26%) of respondents say they have the most confidence in Justin Trudeau.
Respondents most likely to say they have the most confidence in Justin Trudeau
include females (29%), and those living in Montreal (32%).
“A third of Quebecers support the Federal Liberals,” said Dr. Lorne
Bozinoff, President of Forum Research. “They also have the
most confidence in Trudeau's leadership, which bodes well for a Liberal party that
needs a strong showing in Québec for any hope at re-election. The environment
is clearly on the minds of Québec, though, so
the other parties can't let the Liberals dominate this issue..."