MONTREAL – The Coalition avenir Québec strengthens its support, while the liberal Party of Québec is decreasing in the voting intentions of Quebecers, according to a survey of Lightweight-Duty-Journal de Montreal published Saturday.
According to the survey carried out online on the 4 may 8, with 1018 people, the CAQ collects 35 % of the popular favour, a one-point increase since April. The LIBERALS lost three points, and back to the low of 26 % recorded in march.
Both the Parti québécois, 22 %, Québec solidaire at 10 per cent, have seen their support stagnate.
Among francophones, the CAQ gets 41 % of voting intentions, against 16 % for the liberals and 26 % for the PQ.
With these data, Leger believes that the CAQ is on the threshold of a majority government.
Three out of ten respondents claim that it is the CAQ, which embodies the more the change. The party of François Legault is in particular seen as the best party to manage the public finances. The CAQ dominates also in the promotion of québec culture, the protection of the French language and francization of immigrants.