63% of Quebecers believe the Legault government has done a poor job on health care

Just 29% are satisfied with the CAQ’s management of health care in the province.

According to a study by Léger, 63% of Quebecers believe the provincial government led by François Legault has underperformed with regards to the management of health care in Quebec. The same study also found that 62% believe Legault has done a poor job improving access to family doctors in Quebec.

Conversely, just 29% believe that the Legault government has met or surpassed their expectations regarding health care in the province.

The latest Quebec election poll by Léger has found François Legault and the CAQ polling in first place with 37% support, 20 points ahead of Québec Solidaire, which sits in second place.

The 2022 Quebec election will take place on Oct. 3.

For more on the provincial election, please visit Élections Québec.


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