Support for Quebec sovereignty has decreased despite PQ’s surge in polls

Support for Quebec sovereignty has decreased despite PQ’s surge in polls
A new study by Léger has found that support for Quebec sovereignty has decreased to 34%, down 1 point since it was measured last month. Support for Quebec independence has decreased 3 points — from 37% — since Parti Québécois leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon unveiled the party’s budget for Year One of an independent Quebec on Oct. 23.

The study also found that the Parti Québécois is now leading with 31% support in voting intentions, ahead of François Legault and the CAQ in second place.

Nous avons aussi posé la question traditionnelle mais elle n’est pas publiée dans le Journal.S’il y avait un référendum sur la souveraineté, voteriez-vous Pour ou Contre la souveraineté du Québec?Pour 34%Contre 55%Ne sait pas 11% https://t.co/AtsVXwHQNh— Jean-Marc Leger (@JeanMarcLeger1) December 6, 2023
Support for Quebec sovereignty has decreased despite PQ’s surge in polls

The Léger/Le Journal de Montréal/Le Journal de Québec web survey was conducted from December 1 to 4, 2023, with 1,040 Quebecers, 18 years of age or older, randomly recruited from LEO’s online panel.

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