Quebec Liberal Party

Quebec Liberal Party still polling below 50% among non-francophones

The Liberals usually poll at 80% with anglophones and allophones.

A new Quebec election poll conducted by Léger has found the Liberal Party (QLP) polling at 18%, 26 points behind François Legault and the CAQ, at 44%. While the Liberal Party is leading among non-francophones in Quebec, they are currently polling at just 46%, which, as Léger President Jean-Marc Léger pointed out in March, is among the first polls in the firm’s history where party support in the demographic has fallen below 50%. According to Léger, the QLP usually polls at 80% among non-francophones.

François Legault and the CAQ are trailing the QLP among non-francophones by 29 points, at 17%, while the Conservative Party of Quebec is polling at 20%.

Legault is the more popular candidate in Montreal, Quebec City and the rest of the province. The only demographic not led by the CAQ is 18–34-year-olds, where 35% support Québec Solidaire. Legault’s lead is primarily among those 55+, with whom he holds 52% support.

The Quebec Liberal Party is still polling below 50% among non-francophones

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