Quebecers dissatisfied with PQ government
A new poll out this morning suggests fully two-thirds are unhappy with the performance of the Marois government, though if an election were called today, the PQ might still be returned to power with a minority government.
The Leger Marketing survey for the Journal de Montreal shows dissatisfaction with the government is at 68 percent. The's up 12 points since last October, and approaching the dissatisfaction numbers reached by the former Charest government, just before the Sept. 4 election.
In terms of voter support, the PQ still lead, but with just 31 percent support. The leaderless Liberals are at 30 percent, and the CAQ are at 20 percent, just barely ahead of the combined score for other parties, such as Quebec Solidaire, The Greens and Option Nationale.