Canada News: There is bad news for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau amid tensions with India. According to a recent survey, his government seems to be under threat in Canada. At the same time, it is being said that if elections are held today, Trudeau will lose badly and a Conservative government will be formed in the country. Trudeau had expressed apprehension that Indian agents might be involved in the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
According to an Ipsos survey published in Canada’s Global News, 40 percent of respondents believe that Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre should become Prime Minister. At the same time, Trudeau is at second place in this list. He was liked by 31 percent people. According to the report, Ipsos CEO Darrell Bricker believes that if elections are held today, the Conservatives can form a government.
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What do the statistics say?
Of those surveyed, 31 percent supported Trudeau. Of these, 34 percent are men and 29 percent are women. Whereas, 38 percent did not respond. Poilievre, who was in first place, was liked by 40 percent of the people. 43 percent men and 39 percent women are in his support. In the case of the Conservative leader, 18 people did not answer or chose the other option.
Jagmeet Singh is at third place in this survey. He has been supported by 22 percent people. Of these, 18 percent are men and 26 percent are women. Whereas, Yves-Francois Blanchet stood fourth with 6 percent support.
Trudeau’s stature declining?
According to the survey, on the one hand, the support for Trudeau seems to be intact. He remains at 31 percent. Whereas, Poilievre has gained 5 points compared to a year ago. According to Bricker, the major issues of elections in Canada are expenditure, housing and inflation. It is being said that Poilievre has better plans than Trudeau in terms of economy, health services and housing.
Public opinion- Trudeau should leave the race
On one hand, Trudeau is continuously saying that he is going to lead the Liberal Party in the next elections. At the same time, Ipsos results show that 60 percent of Canadian citizens believe that Trudeau should step back as a leader and that the leadership of the Liberal Party should be given to another leader. The special thing is that in December 2022 this figure was at 54 percent.