According to the Forum Poll in Canada, virtue signaling PM Trudeau’s Liberals are being smacked in the polls. It seems Canadians would prefer a leaderless Conservative Party in its place. If an election were held today, the Conservatives would romp home with 170 seats, the Liberals 128, the NDP 26, the BQ 13, and 1 for the Greens.
The poll suggested many were unhappy with the outcome of the budget although one wonders how much M-103 played a part.
Liberal support Fell three points, from 39% on February 26th to 36% now. Conservative jumped three points, from 35% to 38%.
In BC the Liberals (35%) are well ahead of the Conservatives (29%), who are tied with the New Democrats on 28%.
In the Atlantic, the Liberals dropped 11 points to 48%. The Conservatives are up 2 to 32% are up two points.
In Québec, the Liberals are up 2% to 40%and Conservatives are up 3% to 20%. The BQ (22%) ceded 5 points.
In Ontario, the Liberals lost 4 points to trail the Conservatives (45%, +6) by seven points.
In the prairies, the Conservatives gained 6 to 48% while Trudeau’s Liberals were thumped 10 points to 19%..
So perhaps diversity isn’t your strength Mr Prime Minister. Perhaps Prince George is a remarkable judge of character, one which more Canadians are waking up to.