A survey shows that 17% of Canadians support the new party of Maxime Bernier | THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Author: James Alexander Michie

Maxime Bernier has been the protagonist of several articles in which the last actions of the conservative are discussed, likewise, he caused a stir when he left the party to which he belonged and which is led by Andrew Scheer. Bernier to abandon dramatically the conservative party argued that the same “is too intellectually and morally corrupt to be reformed” and likewise over the days said he would form his own conservative party but does not yet have a defined name and is necessary highlight that since the politician gave the announcement about his new party no other conservative deputy has announced plans to join his party.

A survey of Nanos Research was created for The Globe and Mail, where various figures were obtained regarding what the position of the Canadians would be for the new party led by Maxime Bernier and 17% would be willing to vote for the new party, a 70% would not support Bernier while 12% still would not be sure what their position would be with respect to the new conservative party. The survey of 1,000 Canadian adults took place on August 25 and 27 as part of a general survey. Canadians who participated in the survey were recruited through random calls to cell phones and landlines. Likewise, the results obtained are weighted by age, sex and geography to reach a representative sample.

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