Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s numbers have remained steadily horrid, according to recent polling by Abacus Data — and his disapproval numbers are the highest since he was elected in 2015.
A September 9 – 12 national survey indicated that more and more Canadians want new leadership.
57% of Canadians polled disapprove of the Trudeau Liberals, compared to 29% approving.
“Those disapproving of the federal government’s performance is up 4 points (to 57%) since last week reaching the highest it’s been since 2015,” stated Abacus Data’s David Coletto.
Moreover, 41% of committed voters would go with the Conservatives compared to just 26% preferring the Liberals.
The results come from 2,125 eligible voters across the country.
Both genders agree
47% of males prefer the Conservatives compared to 25% siding with the Liberals. Among female voters, 35% would choose Poilievre over 27% who want Trudeau.
The Liberals historically dominated younger demographics who were more idealistic than realistic older age groups. But this stronghold has vanished.
Among 18 to 29-year-olds surveyed, 37% said they would vote for the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) compared to 22% choosing the Liberal Party.
As for 30 to 44-year-olds, 40% said they would vote for the CPC, with just 22% opting for the Liberals.
The CPC is also preferred among the 45-59 demographic and 60+.
In Alberta, 60% of respondents prefer Conservatives, with the NDP coming in second at 23%, and the Liberals at a measly 11%. Saskatchewan shows almost identical disparities, and even BC appears fed up with the Trudeau Liberals, with just 18% preferring them compared to 52% siding with the Tories.
Trudeau bombarded with questions about stepping down
Even mainstream journalists are beginning to ask the Prime Minister directly if he plans to step down, given how bad his numbers are.
On Wednesday, Trudeau responded to questions about his reaction to disgruntled Liberal MPs who are upset with how their party is trending. Trudeau said he plans to have “frank discussions” with them.
However, some anonymous Liberal MPs recently have stated that Trudeau barely ever speaks to them, and when they try to bring something up he doesn’t like, he cuts them off before they can finish talking.
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