Over the past week, Quebecers have been seeing a lot of their political leaders — the final of two televised debates was held last Thursday and on Sunday all five leaders participated in the popular talk show, Tout le monde en parle.
With now less than a week to go before the vote, have any of the parties used these opportunities to build some momentum going into election day?
Philippe J. Fournier of 338Canada.com (you can find his Quebec projection here) is back with me on this bonus episode of The Writ Podcast to chat about the latest numbers and where we’re heading in this election campaign.
Polls discussed in this episode:
Léger/Journal de Montréal, etc.
37% CAQ, 17% QS, 16% LIB, 15% CON, 15% PQ
42% CAQ, 19% CON, 17% LIB, 10% QS, 10% PQ, 3% OTH
40% CAQ, 16% QS, 15% LIB, 14% CON, 14% PQ, 1% OTH
40% CAQ, 18% CON, 17% LIB, 14% QS, 10% PQ, 1% OTH
Riding polls (Mainstreet and Segma)
Marquette (LIB +14), Hull (LIB +5), D’Arcy-McGee (LIB +21), La Pinière (LIB +15), Pontiac (LIB +19), Camille-Laurin (CAQ +12), Chauveau (CAQ +13) and Matane–Matapédia (PQ +41).
Thanks for listening!