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New campaign research poll – “Andrew Scheer’s approval rating has surpassed Trudeau’s for the first time in March since we began tracking”

“In the aftermath of Jody Wilson-Raybould’s testimony to the House of Commons Justice Committee, Campaign Research conducted a national public opinion poll of 1,893 Canadian’s to investigate their views on the upcoming federal election. A plurality (43%) believe that the government has done a bad job and should not be re-elected. Couple that with the 10% of Canadian’s that say the government has done a good job but it’s time to give someone else a chance, and a majority of Canadian’s now want to see a change of government.

The country is seemingly divided along geographic lines, with Atlantic Canada and Quebec leaning Liberal (37%, 29%, respectively) and Ontario and everything West of it supporting the Conservatives. For example, the Conservative’s continue to lead in seat-rich Ontario over the Liberals (40% vs. 34%) among decided voters. The Conservatives also now hold a lead in BC (30% vs. 27%). In short, the Conservative’s maintain a strong lead over the Liberals with a national result of 36% vs. 30%.”

https://www.campaignresearch.ca/single-post/2019/03/13/Prime-Ministers-approval-rating-plunges-in-wake-of-SNC-Lavalin-Affair

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