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Support for Quebec sovereignty now 35%, down among non-francophones

Support for Quebec sovereignty among non-Francophones is down 30% from last month, when the Parti Québécois launched their campaign to sell anglophones on Quebec independence.

According to a new study by Léger, support for Quebec sovereignty is now 35%. There is currently a 19-point spread between those who support Quebec independence (35%) and those who do not (54%).

According to previous Léger studies, support for sovereignty in Quebec has not increased over the past decade.

Support for sovereignty among non-Francophones in the province is down 30% from last month (from 10% to 7%), when the Parti Québécois launched their campaign to sell anglophones on Quebec independence.

Support for Quebec sovereignty now 35%, down among non-francophones

The study also found that the Parti Québécois is leading with 32% support in voting intentions, 7 points ahead of François Legault and the CAQ in second place.

Support for Quebec sovereignty now 35%, down among non-francophones

The Léger/Québecor web survey was conducted from May 31 to June 3, 2024, with 1,015 Quebecers, 18 years of age or older, randomly recruited from LEO’s online panel.


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