Quebec Sovereignty Referendum: What Canadians Think Now That a New Parti Québécois Government is in Place?
On September 4, 2012, the Parti Québécois was elected as the new government of Quebec under the leadership of incoming premier Pauline Marois. The Parti Québécois won with a minority government which marks the first separatist government in nearly a decade.
With concerns over the possibility of another sovereignty referendum looming, this report reveals findings of an Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Global Television and Postmedia News about what Canadians – both inside and outside Quebec – think now that a new Parti Québécois Government is in place.
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