According to the survey conducted on September 14, the disapproval rating of Trudeau increased by four percent in just one week. The disapproval rating has reached an alarming 57 percent, with only 29 percent approval for the current administration. The personal image of Trudeau has also suffered from 56 percent negative impressions and only 27 percent positive impressions from Canadians.
Furthermore, the poll has revealed that Canadians willing to vote for the Liberal Party have dwindled to 42 percent, the lowest level since the 2015 election. At the same time, 50 percent of respondents expressed their willingness to choose a conservative candidate over a liberal. (Related: Poll: 67% of Canadians feel everything in the country is “broken” under Trudeau.)
"These numbers continue to show deterioration in underlying opinions about the government and the prime minister that we first started seeing last summer but only recently seem to have impacted people's intended voting behavior," said David Coletter, the chair and CEO of Abacus Data.
Jack Fonseca of Campaign Life Coalition said: "It's heartwarming to see Canadians finally waking up to the destructive nature of Trudeau's policies."
Of course, the results of these polls are backed by the observations and experiences of Canadians under the governance of Trudeau.
Earlier this month, Statistics Canada showed that food prices in the market are increasing at a faster rate than the overall inflation rate, with staple food items seeing a year-over-year increase of 10 to 18 percent compared to the overall inflation rate of four percent.
Even Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem was surprised at the inflation rates. "Meat's up six percent, bread's up 13 percent, coffee's up eight percent, baby food's up nine percent. If you look at food overall, it is up nine percent."
This was due to the implementation of federal climate change programs under Trudeau. These programs, considered "extreme" by some provincial leaders, include raising fuel-related taxes and participating in global initiatives such as the United Nations' "2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development."
Moreover, the Online News Act, just another one of Trudeau's programs. has censored news on Facebook and Instagram, as Meta refuses to pay the mandated fees. Though it may sound unimportant, young Canadians who rely on social media for news consumption are badly affected by this program.
Conservative Party of Canada leader Pierre Poilievre can't help but mock Trudeau for his poor governance. In 2022, Poilievre accused Trudeau of being blind to the suffering of regular Canadians. "You [Trudeau] told us that better was always possible," said Poilievre. "And yet everything is worse."
The Conservative Party leader's speech outlined the negative review of Trudeau's nearly eight-year-long premiership, listing off the ways Canadians are currently hurting. This includes everything from high prices at grocery stores to crime rates getting out of control, especially in cities that have become "crime zones" under Trudeau's watch.
According to Poilievre, Trudeau is not taking the necessary actions needed to reduce violence in Canadian cities. He suggested that, if Trudeau is unwilling to fix the country's woes, he should "get out of the way and let someone lead who can."
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Watch this clip of Pierre Poilievre talking about how Justin Trudeau is attempting to divide and distract Canadians in a desperate bid to stay in power.