- David Boudeweel-Lefebvre
60% of Canadians say Québec is moving farther away from the rest of the country
Boudeweel Public Affairs has teamed up with Abacus Data to ask Canadians about their perceptions of Québec, its politics and relationship with the rest of the country.
Interestingly, the poll results reveal more Canadians feel Québec is moving farther away than closer to the rest of Canada, but no longer consider separation an imminent threat.
David Boudeweel-Lefebvre, CEO of Boudeweel Public Affairs, shared the following comments on the poll in a press release:
Our survey findings reveal that most Canadians feel Québec is moving farther away from the rest of the country at this moment, but they don't seem concerned that the province will actually separate. We also gained valuable insights into how Canadians within Québec and the rest of Canada feel about the province's handling of key issues, and the potential re-election of the Legault government. For the most part, Canadians outside Québec aren't giving Premier Legault a blank cheque, and a significant portion say he could weaken national unity.
For a full summary of the poll's findings please visit: abacusdata.ca/quebec-provincial-election