Two weeks after the federal election, there’s no victory bounce in popular support for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as the Liberals and Conservatives remain deadlocked, according to the latest weekly Nanos tracking numbers.
With the beginning of the new Parliament approaching, Canadians surveyed are more optimistic about the Liberal minority government’s ability to follow through on priority issues than they are about their ability to manage provincial relations or spending.
The latest Nanos polling in Ontario and Quebec shows the Liberals have maintained a strong lead in both provinces, and the NDP have made strides in Quebec while the Bloc remains steady and Conservatives find themselves on a downward trend.
While Canadians may be preoccupied with thoughts of turkey dinner and holiday traffic at the start of the long weekend, it appears that quite a few of them have yet to make up their minds about who they will vote for on Oct. 21, according to latest polling.
Over the course of the campaign, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh’s personal popularity has been steadily increasing, but the same can’t be said for his party, according to the latest data from Nanos Research.