April 17, 2024

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The Liberals are practically aligned with the NDP

The Liberals are practically aligned with the NDP

The polls will be back-to-back, bringing bad news for the Liberal Party of Canada, which is now aiming for a similar vote to the NDP.

A survey by Nanos, conducted on behalf of the CTV network, gives the Conservatives, led by Pierre Poilievre, a 40.6% vote intention, up 1.9 points in four weeks.

The Liberals, for their part, continue their decline, now down 2.4% to 23.8% of voting intentions. This ratio is close to the 21.9% of the vote for Jagmeet Singh's NDP.

As a bonus, 36% of Canadians chose Pierre Poilievre as their preferred potential prime minister, compared to 20% for Justin Trudeau and 15% for Jagmeet Singh.

“Pierre Poilievre's trend is the highest among all Conservative leaders over the past decade, including Stephen Harper,” pollster Nick Nanos noted in an interview with CTV News.

Trudeau's departure, the only salvation?

And another poll by Nanos for the Globe and Mail shows that the only real solution for the Liberals to improve their chances is to oust their leader before the next election.

In fact, 39% of Canadians say Mr. They believe the best thing for the party is to leave Trudeau and replace him with a new leader. A quarter of respondents indicated that the Liberal Party should talk more about the economy to improve its chances.

Mr. 3% of Canadians said keeping Trudeau as leader would be the solution to the surge in party polls.

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