Yet another public opinion survey shows the Trudeau Liberals losing the support of Canadians.
Justin Trudeau may have been hoping that his numbers would rebound after taking a hit following his India disaster.
It hasn’t turned out that way.
Instead, yet another poll shows Justin Trudeau’s Liberals falling behind the Conservatives. Here are some of the key Ipsos poll numbers:
The Liberals have fallen to third place in Ontario with 26%, while the Conservatives are at 42%, and the NDP at 27%.
The Conservatives have over 50% in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. As reported by Global News, Ipsos CEO Darrell Bricker called the prairies ‘a “dead zone” for the Liberals.”
The Liberals lead in just two regions – Quebec and Atlantic Canada. In Quebec, the Liberals have 40%, with the Conservatives in second at 22% and the NDP in third with 18%.
In Atlantic Canada, the Liberals have 47%, the Conservatives have 26%, and the NDP has 22%.
Bricker says Trudeau’s India trip “created a bit of a bursting of the dam,” with accumulated concern about the Trudeau government reaching a tipping point after Trudeau’s disastrous overseas excursion.
Illusion broken, but much more work to do.
What we are seeing is that the illusory image of Justin Trudeau has been broken for many Canadians. Rather than being seen as somehow ‘above’ politics, Trudeau is being judged on his actual policies and actions, and most Canadians don’t like what they see.
However, there is a long time until the next election, and we can expect the media to give Trudeau a boost and target the Conservatives as the election gets closer.
That’s why we need to keep telling Canadians about Trudeau’s dangerous agenda, and hold him accountable every chance we get. A few good polls can be a great sign, but the election is far away, and Trudeau can’t be given a chance to try and spin new deceptions without being challenged.
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