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Latest opinion polling shows that PM Justin Trudeau's Liberals (LPC) continue to hold a lead in party-level support. When asked about which party leader is best suited to deal with specific issues, voters are largely split along typical ideological lines. Conservative (CPC) leader Erin O'Toole is seen as the strongest candidate on fiscal/economic issues, while the left-wing New Democratic Party (NDP)'s Jagmeet Singh is seen as the best on social issues.
- Federal Polling: Liberals: 35% (+2), Conservatives: 30% (-4), NDP: 19% (+3), Bloc Quebecois: 7% (-1), Greens: 3% (-4), People's Party: 3% (+1) Angus Reid / August 3, 2021 / n=1465 / Online, chgs w/ 2019 Election
Chart 1. '(X) Is Best Suited To Deal With..'
Source: Angus Reid, MNI / August 3, 2021 / n=1465 / Online. Does not sum to 100 due to DK/NAs.
- Leader Net Favourabilities: Singh: +7%, Yves-Francois Blanchet (QC Only): -1%, Trudeau: -20%, Annamie Paul: -28%, O'Toole: -31%,
- Second Choice Vote: NDP: 27%, LPC: 14%, Green: 10%, Other/Independent: 10%, CPC: 8%, BQ: 3%, None/Unsure: 27%