Federal Conservatives and Liberals
Tied in Québec
Toronto, July 26th, 2019 – In a
random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 977 Québec voters, 3 in 10 (30%) say they
would vote for the Liberals in a Federal election, while a similar proportion
(28%) say they would support the Conservatives.
One-sixth (15%) say they would support the BQ.
1 in 10 say they would support the Green Party
(10%) or the NDP (9%).
Few say they would support the PPC (4%) or
another party (3%).
Respondents most likely to support the Liberals
include those aged 55-64 (36%) or 65+ (35%), females (33%), supporting the
provincial Liberals (72%), living in Montreal (41%), English-speakers (54%),
and earning $100,000-$250,000 (34%).
Respondents most likely to support the
Conservatives include those aged 45-54 (32%) or 55-64 (29%), males (33%),
supporting the CAQ (50%), and living in Québec City (48%).
“The gap between the Liberals and
Conservatives is narrowing in Québec and that is bad news for the Liberals,” said
Dr. Lorne Bozinoff, President of Forum Research. “The Liberals need a strong
showing in Québec and Ontario to win government, and a
strong Conservative party, and a resurgent Bloc make that much, much more