More than half of Quebeckers (54%) would have voted for sovereignty if a referendum on sovereignty with an offer of economic and political partnership with the rest of Canada had been held last week, while 46% would have voted against it, after netting-out the 3% of undecideds. Among francophones, 62% would have voted for sovereignty, while 87% of anglophones and 69% of allophones would have voted against it.
75% of Quebeckers are proud to be Canadian as opposed to 24% who are not. There are proportionally more allophones (94%) and anglophones (86%) than francophones (71%) to proclaim Canadian pride.
66% of independentists hold firm on their decision and so do 62% of federalists.