Poll asks what next Quebec government's priority should be

Creating a better economy and jobs tops the list; better health care distant second

Another portion of an Ipsos-Reid poll conducted for CTV Montreal is out.

It asks Quebecers what the priority of the next government should be.

Survey says 28 per cent believe its agenda should be led by creating a better economy and jobs.

Next on the list is providing better health care at 17 per cent.

Ensuring debt repayment and balancing the budget comes in at 12, lowering taxes, 11, ensuring integrity in government and its leaders, 9 per cent and fighting corruption at 6.

Only 4 per cent of Quebecers believe implementation of the values charter should be the number-one priority for the next administration.

One per cent say it should be the referenedum.

Among Liberal voters, 40 per cent say economy is tops, for CAQ voters that figure is 26 per cent and for backers of the PQ that topic is suported by 24 per cent of them. Quebec Solidaire is at 21 per cent.

 

Graphic credit: nuerogadget.com

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  1. JenJen posted on 04/04/2014 09:11 PM
    HEALTH care and EDUCATION please!!!
  2. ric posted on 04/04/2014 09:16 PM
    The only federal party has 40% of it's members that care about the economy. The other parties (all separatist) care about WHAT?
  3. Mike d posted on 04/05/2014 06:28 PM
    For at least 2 years only talk charter like the PQ
    Do nothing else at all!!!!
  4. clifford posted on 04/08/2014 07:12 AM
    Can we finally get rid of the two last useless things in Que. The O.L.F and lets finally change our insecure license plates back to what we really are "La Belle Provence"!!
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