Hatred towards Trudeau government reaches all-time high
According to a new poll, anger and pessimism towards the Trudeau government have reached a new high and are by far the predominant feelings felt by Canadians regarding the federal government.

Keean Bexte

April 24, 2024

According to a new poll, anger and pessimism towards the Trudeau government have reached a new high and are by far the predominant feelings felt by Canadians regarding the federal government.

Hatred towards Trudeau government reaches all-time high

As per a Nanos poll, which asked Canadians, “Which of the following feelings best describes your views of the federal government in Ottawa?”, 31% of Canadians feel anger, 31% feel pessimism, 11% feel uninterested, and just 11% and 10% feel satisfaction and optimism, respectively (6% are unsure).

This also represents an all-time low in terms of confidence and feeling good about the direction the federal government is going.

“Feelings of anger toward the federal government have increased or held steady in every region, with the largest increases among residents of Quebec (December: 12%; March: 24%) and Atlantic Canada (December: 21%; March: 38%). Pessimism and anger remain the top emotions Canadians say best describe their views of the federal government in Ottawa,” Nanos Research writes.

And while discontent has proliferated in Quebec and Atlantic Canada, nowhere is hatred for the Trudeau government stronger than in the Prairie provinces (Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba), where nearly half (44.6%) of the population despise the Trudeau government.

Broken down by age, Canadians seem unified in their hatred for Trudeau and his government, with 31.6% of 18–34-year-olds, 30.5% of 35–54-year-olds, and 31.2% of >55s hating the federal government, while the second-biggest proportion of each group was pessimistic.

Broken down by gender, men are much more likely to hate Trudeau, with 31.7% and 31.1% of men feeling anger and pessimism, respectively, while women feel anger and pessimism towards the Trudeau government at rates of 25.9% and 27.5%, respectively.

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