76% support a coalition if the Conservatives are defeated, while only 9% want another election.
62% would support BQ representation in cabinet, while only 33% are opposed, as is Gilles Duceppe.
56% do not want Stéphane Dion to be Prime Minister in the coalition government, while only 38% do.
The Bloc québécois now is at 36%, the Liberals at 28% (an increase of 5 points since the election) 15% support the NDP and 15% the Conservatives (a drop of 7 points).
Finally, some real polls on the issue. I would expect to see similar drops in Conservative levels country wide, with the possible exception of Alberta. Although maybe, given the tortured response to the crisis at Project Alberta, there too. Lots of peoplethere seem to think Harper tossed this one down the well.
In any case, the Tory strategy--hoping Canadian's are too stupid to understand that a Coalition government is constitutionally legitimate--does not appear to be holding up.