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Just 10% of Quebecers are satisfied with the Legault government’s efforts on housing affordability

“Challenges in housing affordability have been growing for both renters, who are facing rising monthly costs, and mortgage holders, who are facing the uncertainty of climbing interest rates and pending mortgage renewals.”

According to a new study by the Angus Reid Institute, just 10% of Quebecers believe the Quebec government led by François Legault is doing a good job on housing affordability in the province. This marks a 6-point decrease since approval was last measured in June 2023.

82% say that the Legault government has done a poor job on housing affordability.

Overall, just 14% of Canadians are satisfied with their provincial government regarding housing affordability. The province with the highest score is Saskatchewan (33%), while the provinces with the lowest scores are Quebec and Nova Scotia (10%). (For the complete table of results, please see page 2 in the report here.)

“Challenges in housing affordability have been growing for both renters, who are facing rising monthly costs, and mortgage holders, who are facing the uncertainty of climbing interest rates and pending mortgage renewals.”

Just 10% of Quebecers are satisfied with the Legault government’s efforts on housing affordability

The Angus Reid Institute conducted an online survey from Nov. 24 – Dec. 1, 2023, among a representative randomized sample of 3,749 Canadian adults who are members of the Angus Reid Forum.


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