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Is Legault doing enough to help manage the housing crisis in Quebec? 75% say no

Montrealers are most critical of the Quebec government with regards to housing affordability.

According to a study by the Angus Reid Institute, 75% of Quebecers believe the Quebec government led by François Legault is doing a poor job managing the housing crisis, with regards to housing affordability in Quebec.

Respondents in Montreal were the most likely to agree that Legault could be doing more to deal with the housing crisis, at 81%.

1 in 4 Quebecers (26%) identify housing affordability as a top issue in Quebec, after inflation (62%), health care (58%), climate change (32%) and senior care (27%).

“Among all of the top five issues chosen by Quebec residents — senior care and housing affordability rounding out that list — at least 3 in 5 say the government is currently doing a poor job handling each. This includes 7 in 10 who say their provincial government has performed poorly on health care and the cost of living (69%).”

—Angus Reid Institute
Is Legault doing enough to help manage the housing crisis in Quebec? 75% say no

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