According to a new Ipsos poll, if a federal election were held tomorrow, the Conservatives would win.
According to the poll, Justin Trudeau’s poorly handled trip may be the cause of it.
At this moment the Liberals would win 33 per cent of the national popular decided vote if Canadians went to the polls this weekend, while Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives would receive 38 per cent of the same vote and win the election.
The NDP would get 21 per cent support, while the Green Party would get five per cent of the vote.
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The poll also found a five-point drop in the approval rating of the government.
A slim majority of 54 per cent now disapproves of the performance of the Liberal government under Trudeau while a minority of 46 per cent approves.
This is startling as it is the first time Ipsos has shown the Trudeau Liberals behind and cements the building narrative that the Liberal party is, in fact, bleeding support.
The government will likely have to change their current media strategy or even their entire platform as the government new budget received at best luke-warm response. What they change it to in order to meet this continued flurry of bad press?
That I’m not sure.
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