If federal elections were held today, 34% of Canadians would have supported the Liberals versus 26% who would have favoured the Conservative Party. The NDP garners 18% and the Bloc Québécois 11%. When compared to our survey conducted in September, Liberal support has dropped 6 points while Conservative support has risen by 2.
From 53% of Canadians dissatisfied with Paul Martin’s Liberal government back in September, 58% of Canadians now claim to be dissatisfied. Dissatisfaction is at its highest in Québec, reaching 71%, a result that has been stable since last September. Inversely, it is in the Atlantic Provinces (37%) and in Ontario (41%) that dissatisfaction is lowest.