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Angus Reid provincial-level polling released earlier today shows some stark changes in support in many Canadian provinces in recent months/years. In contrast to the federal level, where PM Justin Trudeau's Liberals hold a comfortable lead in polls, at the provincial level his party only holds a lead in a select few areas. Main focus in 2022 will be on Ontario, where Premier Doug Ford's Conservatives seek to hold onto their majority.

  • Ontario Provincial Polling: Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario: 37% (-4), Ontario New Democratic Party: 33% (-1), Ontario Liberal Party: 22% (+2), Green Party of Ontario: 6% (+1). Angus Reid / June 7, 2021 / n=791 / Online (% change with 2018 provincial election)
  • Alberta Provincial Polling: New Democratic Party: 41% (+8), United Conservative Party: 30% (-25), Western Independence Party: 20% (+20), Alberta Party: 7% (-2), Alberta Liberal Party: 1% (-). Angus Reid / June 7, 2021 / n=502 / Online. (% change with 2019 provincial election)
  • BritishColumbia Provincial Polling: New Democratic Party: 50% (+2), Liberal Party: 24% (-10), Greens: 18% (+3), Conservatives: 7% (+5). Angus Reid / June 7, 2021 / n=488 / Online. (% Change With 2020 Election)
  • Manitoba Provincial Polling: New Democratic Party: 42% (+11), Progressive Conservatives: 39% (-8), Liberals: 11% (-4), Greens: 4% (-2). Angus Reid / June 7, 2021 / n=398 / Online (% Change With 2019 Election).
  • Quebec Provincial Polling: Coalition Avenir Quebec: 41% (+4), Liberals: 21% (-4), Quebec solidaire: 14% (-2), Parti Quebecois: 11% (-6), Conservative Party of Quebec: 8% (+6), Greens: 3% (+1). Angus Reid / June 7, 2021 / n=679 / Online (% change with 2018 provincial election).
  • Newfoundland & Labrador Provincial Polling: Liberals: 50% (+2), Progressive Conservatives: 39% (-), New Democratic Party: 8% (-). Angus Reid / June 7, 2021 / n=153 / Online. (% Change With 2021 Election)
  • Saskatchewan Provincial Polling: Saskatchewan Party: 57% (-4), New Democratic Party: 31% (-1), Greens: 3% (+1), Liberals: 2% (+2). Angus Reid / June 7, 2021 / n=412 / Online.(% Change With 2020 Election).
  • New Brunswick Provincial Polling: Progressive Conservatives: 36% (-3), Liberals: 31% (-3), Greens: 17% (+2), People's Alliance of New Brunswick: 12% (+3), New Democratic Party: 4% (+2). Angus Reid / June 7, 2021 / n=191 / Online (% Change With 2020 Election).
  • Nova Scotia Provincial Polling: Liberals: 41% (+1), Progressive Conservatives: 33% (-3), New Democratic Party: 20% (-2), Greens: 4% (+1). Angus Reid / June 7, 2021 / n=302 / Online (% Change With 2017 Election)
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