04.02.2014 05:23 PM

Ipsos’ headline

And it’s a really, really good one.

Quebec Liberal Lead Grows (37% Vs. 28% PQ) in Final Stretch
With Nine Point Spread, Liberal Voters Least Likely to Change Their Vote Before Election Day
Couillard Chosen Over Marois, Legault as Best Premier


  1. james Smith says:

    Good news indeed.
    Who’s the polling firm?
    Wonder if we’ll see a Christy Clark like bounce.

  2. graham watt says:

    Couillard was listed as best Premier in the Ipsos poll.

  3. Swervin' Merv says:

    Marois will not admit the possibility of being fired by voters, but when they do fire her they might help her find a job in the private sector:


  4. WDM says:

    Looks good on the PQ for their inane policies. They’ve doubled down on identity politics and split the sovereignty cause in two with a lot of support shifting to the QS. This becomes particularly acute when sovereignty itself is not anywhere near the level it needs to be to win a referendum (currently hovering around 40%). I’d hazard a guess that the number of that 40% who think a referendum win is likely in the short-term is even lower. This means that sovereigntists are going to think more about how they want to be governed rather than looking for a catch-all sovereignty party. The PQ’s obsession with the Charter, and then leaving their left flank open by recruiting PKP has cost them this election. Well, that and the fact they haven’t been able to talk about how they’d govern throughout the entire campaign. If these results hold, books will be written about this campaign.

  5. Christian says:

    Is Sun news going to throw a “Welcome Back!” party for PKP?

  6. john says:

    I’m not a political strategist by any means but I can’t help but think most people have to be ticked they called an election less than two years into their mandate. All the other issues just made it worse.

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