The results of the most recent survey by Light: its use remains confident in spite of everything
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SAINT-HYACINTHE | The leader of the parti québecois Jean-François Lisée is “forward” of the results of the most recent survey by Light, even if its training policy is still good for third in the voting intentions of the electorate.
Nine months of elections, a stroke of the probe, whose results were published this morning in The Duty place Coalition avenir Québec in pole position with 39 % of voting intentions, a gain of 3% compared to last December.
According to the survey, if elections were held today, the party of François Legault would have formed a majority government, supported by 46 % of the electorate is francophone.
The liberal Party of Quebec, which tumbles down to 28 % of voting intentions – a decline of four points compared to last month, an historic low – would have ended up on the side of the official opposition.
The pq made a single point, to reach 20 %, while Québec solidaire loses two points to close the market at 9 %.
Lisée feels “in tune” Quebec
That’s not a problem, the leader of the parti québecois feels, despite everything, in line with the priorities and values of Quebeckers, who in the survey, prefer predominantly (66 %), a reinvestment in health, education, for families, children and seniors before lower income tax (34 %).
“It is the diapason of two-thirds of Quebecers, me it pleases me,” commented Jean-François Lisée, on Saturday morning, on his arrival at the congress Centre of Saint-Hyacinthe, which opened this morning the national council of the Parti québécois.
“Two thirds said as the Parti québécois : the important thing is to reinvest in the services, and then a third said that they agreed with what was said in the PLQ and the CAQ, has analyzed Mr. Lisée. Thus the PLQ and the CAQ share one-third of Quebecers, I am ready to leave them. Two-thirds of quebeckers agree with the values, the priorities of the Parti québécois, it is extremely encouraging for the future.”
“What goes up eventually come down “
Come to whisk the activists gathered in Saint-Hyacinthe, the mna Mathieu Traversy, recalled that “what goes up, come down”, by targeting the Coalition avenir Québec, “the largest hot air balloon policy that we have not seen for a long time”, has he hammered.
“François Legault has only to remember”, warned Mr. Traversy.
The parliamentary leader of the parti québecois Pascal Bérubé has pointed out the next “rough draft” of the party of François Legault, in recalling a few faux pas committed by the CAQ in the last few months.