An Exclusive poll done by SES for the Institute for Research on Public Policy (fourth news item from top) shows party support almost exactly where it was held about four months ago when the election was held:
The road to that majority leads
through Quebec. In our ballot question
[...] the national percentages of party support
were: Conservatives 38, Liberals 28,
NDP 19, Bloc Québécois 9, Green Party
The Tories are still holding up well in Quebec:
In a regional breakout in Quebec,
the Bloc was at 37, the Conservatives
at 35, the Liberals at 19 and the NDP at
13. Liberal support in Quebec is largely
clustered in their anglophone-allophone
stronghold on the island of Montreal.
Outside the Montreal region, a battleground of 50 seats, the
Liberals are, for the moment at least,
out of what has become a two-party contest...
Much more on the importance of various issues to Canadians. Not surprisingly, health-care tops the list. More surprisingly, the Accountability Act plays well in Quebec, but nobody in the ROC thinks it will make much difference one way or another.