Liberals Conservatives NDP canada Leger poll

Liberals 36% (+1), Conservatives 29% (+3), NDP 19% (-3): LEGER

Had the federal election been held in December, Trudeau would have gotten his majority.

According to a the latest federal voting intentions poll in Canada by Leger, support for the Liberals and Conservatives has increased since last month’s poll on Nov. 7, while support for the NDP has decreased. The Liberals have increased 1 point to 36%, ironically what they would have needed to obtain a majority in the Sept. 20 election. The Conservatives have increased 3 points since November to 29% support, while the NDP has decreased 3 points to 19%.

Since the federal election in September, support for the Liberals has increased 3 points, while support for the Conservatives has decreased 5 points.

The poll was conducted from Dec. 4 to 6.

The latest Leger poll on federal voting intentions in Canada shows increasing support for the Liberals and Conservatives and decreasing support for the NDP.

The official results of the 2021 federal election in Canada have been placed below, compared to Leger’s final poll result two days ahead of the election, on Sept. 18.

For the complete poll results and methodology from Leger, please visit their website.

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