With perhaps just a week to go before Premier Pauline Marois calls an election, a new survey , gives another indication of the differences between anglophones and francophones when it comes to assessing the current government.
In an EKOS Poll conducted for CBC, 75% of anglophones surveyed said they are angry with the PQ government, compared to 33% of francophones.
Asked if they trust the PQ government, 88% of anglophones said no compared to 42% of francophones.
The poll is part of a CBC series, which earlier this week found that more than half of anglophones had considered leaving the province.
At an event Thursday, Premier Marois dismissed any talk of an exodus and said anglophones were a key component of Quebec society.