Most Quebecers already dissatisfied with Marois government: poll
No honeymoon for Pauline Marois.
The first Leger Marketing survey on Quebec politics taken after the Sept. 4 election suggests 56 percent of Quebecers are already dissatisfied with the Marois government.
Just 37 percent say they're satisfied.
Meanwhile, most Quebecers asked say former health minister Philippe Couillard by far the most popular choice to lead the Quebec Liberals.
37 percent of those polled named Couillard, more than Raymond Bachand and Pierre Moreau combined.
And both the PQ and a Couillard-led Liberal party would each get 33 percent of the popular vote if an election were held today, with the CAQ well behind at 23 percent.