Pierre Poilievre Approval Rating
Pierre Poilievre Approval Rating: Read on for the new Conservative Leader’s approval rating and the latest poll.
The elevation of Pierre Poilievre has turned out to be advantageous for the Conservative Party. The Conservative Party has been trying to displace the Trudeau government and form their government. However, in order to do so the Conservative Party has been struggling to find a face who could lead them to victory.
In September 2022, Pierre Poilievre officially became the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. He has been the Member of the Parliament for the Ottawa riding of Carleton (formerly Nepean-Carleton) since 2004. He was the youngest MP in Parliament at the age of 25.
The next Canadian election is scheduled for 2025.
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Pierre Poilievre Approval Rating Polls
Abacus Data, 27th March 2023
- Approve: 29%
- Disapprove: 35%
Pierre Poilievre Approval Rating Polls: Observations & Insights
- Since weeks of questioning over potential Chinese intervention in Canadian elections, the Liberals are trailing in voter intent almost everywhere in the country with 35 percent saying they would vote for the Tories, while 29 percent would vote Liberal. PM Trudeau’s approval ratings sunk by 6% over the past three months as reported by Angus Reid Poll.
- That said, however, public perception of Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is still a challenge. Many Canadians still don’t seem to have a view of him, his impression has not changed much over the past two months. The latest report from ARP noted that one-third (around 33%) of those asked have a favorable view of him.
- 43% of men asked have a favorable view of the man, compared to 25% of women
- Pierre Poilievre has time and again said that he feels like Canada is broken, however, what he needs is to show people how he and the Conservatives are waiting to mend it when elected. Poilievre must work on his image amongst women and especially the suburban women (a swing group) and convince them that he has solutions for making their lives more affordable. He needs to adopt a solution-based approach to be able to inspire confidence.
Pierre Poilievre Polls: Can Poilievre manage to beat Trudeau?
In the recent Abacus Data polls, Poilievre and the Conservatives are leading over Trudeau and the Liberals by 36%-29%. The LPC is behind CPC on all the big economic questions and very closely ahead on the healthcare front. There is “no natural Conservative majority in Canada” so what CPC needs to do is to attract a group of voters who wouldn’t usually come together. The Conservatives are picking on federal government spending. According to Poilievre workers are being punished for working and he is going to wage a war on work with its taxes. Poilievre says he wants Canadians to take home more money. He is pushing to cap federal government spending. To relate well with Canadians Poilievre needs to stick to bread-and-butter issues where he can mobilize conservatives from all sections and try to win some votes in the middle.
The latest poll suggests that his public image is still more negative than positive. It is to be noted that the spike in polling for his party is more attributable to the weakness of the Liberal party than any brilliance by the Opposition. Canadians might think that by punishing Trudeau, they may elect a strong, stable Poilievre majority but that wouldn’t be a good place for the Conservatives to be at this stage of the electoral cycle.
To attract middle-class Canadian voters, Mr. Poilievre will have to offer credible strategic solutions to the country’s rising cost of living, the healthcare crisis, and continued reliance on natural resources in the climate change era.
Mr. Poilievre loves to say Canada “feels broken,” which does resonate with young non-conservative Canadians. However, to win their vote the CPC leader will have to show that he is capable of mending the system.
A close majority of Canadians want a federal vote in 2023, says Ipsos poll.
According to the latest poll conducted by Ipsos, nearly half of Canadians want a federal election in 2023. Some of the key findings of the poll are as follows:
- Usually, in polls like this, the opposition voters prefer elections while the ruling party supporters oppose them. That explains around 49% of Canadians hoping for a federal election, while in reality, around 43% of people seem to think of it as a possibility in 2023.
- 54% of respondents said Trudeau should step down as the leader of the Liberal Party in 2023, while around 27% said they believe he’ll do so.
- Prime Minister Trudeau’s approval rating remains at 45% among the Canadians who were polled — ahead of Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, who got a 41% approval rating.
Justin Trudeau vs Pierre Poilievre Polls
Preferred Prime Minister of Canada Poll
Average of 2 Polls, June 2nd, 2023
- Justin Trudeau: 25%
- Pierre Poilievre: 22.8%*
Nanos, May 26th
- Justin Trudeau: 25.9%
- Pierre Poilievre: 26.6%
Leger, May 8th
- Justin Trudeau: 24%
- Pierre Poilievre: 19%
According to a Mainstreet poll conducted on March 10, 2023, with a sample size of 1,255 respondents and a margin of error of 2.8% using IVR:
- Pierre Poilievre has a net favorable rating of +1%.
- Justin Trudeau has a net favorable rating of -16%.
Pierre Poilievre vs Justin Trudeau: Google Search Share
Trudeau: 59%, Poilievre: 41%
Trudeau: 78%, Poilievre: 22%
Pierre Poilievre vs Justin Trudeau: Social Media Sentiment
- Trudeau: -59%
- Poilievre: -64%
Pierre Poilievre Approval Rating: Latest News
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Pierre Poilievre Approval Rating: Latest Tweets
The latest averages updated by 338Canada:
- CPC: 35%
- LPC: 31%
- NDP: 20%
- BQ: 7%
- GPC: 4%
- PPC: 3%
- CPC: 144 seats
- LPC: 132 seats
- NDP: 28 seats
- BQ: 32 seats
- GPC: 2 Seats