GOING DOWN: Trudeau Has Lost 12% Points In Just 3 Months

Justin Trudeau’s poll numbers continue to fall.

According to a new Forum Research Poll, the Trudeau Liberals have lost 12% points in support since November of 2016.

The downward momentum is clear:

The November poll put the Liberals at 51%. A January poll put them at 42%. Now, they are at 39%.

The Conservatives are close behind at 35%.

It seems the more Canadians see Trudeau in office, the less we approve.

Bad trend for the Trudeau Liberals

Other polls have put Trudeau’s poll numbers around 34-35%. And while the polls vary, the overall trend shows them losing support over time.

After rising in the polls following the 2015 election, Trudeau’s scandals and failures have added up, and Canadians are turning against him.

Opposition must keep up the pressure

The Conservatives need to keep up the pressure on Trudeau. They need to hit him over and over on his scandals and betrayal of the Canadian people. There’s a long list to go after:

  • Selling out part of our healthcare system to a shady Chinese company connected to the Communist elite.
  • Cash-For-Access fundraisers with foreign billionaires.
  • Trip to billionaire’s private island in violation of ethics rules.
  • Campaigning against selling weapons to Saudi Arabia then selling them after taking power.
  • Pushing a job-destroying carbon tax.
  • Gutting the parliamentary watchdogs.
  • Continuing the underfunding of our military.
  • Failing our Veterans.
  • Wasting billions of dollars of taxpayer’s money.
  • Crushing the next generation with debt.

That’s only ten, and the list could easily go on.

But the opposition needs to keep up the pressure. The establishment media won’t keep talking about Trudeau’s failures, and the elitists will try to help him more as the election gets near. The message must get out through social media and grassroots news, and the Conservatives must be relentless in keeping Trudeau on the defensive.

Spencer Fernando

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The only reason he didn’t lose more support in his first year was because of the 10-12 holiday vacations and no official decision making…. hell he didn’t even really work his first year much like the other part time jobs he has held in his career…. http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2016/12/06/trudeau-question-period_n_13454956.html

Keith A

I can see him hitting 12 points…

Betty jones

and today he had the nerve to say. how dare we , yes how dare we. , we have an opinion, and we have a right he said for all he is doing for us, sorry J T. how dare you, and for us who you say are not listening to you, How dare you ,you are putting Canada in a place we wont be easy to regain ,our strength, you seem to have your opinion in a place that has nothing to do with the people so don’t you dare us , because we dare, we do, to speak… Read more »

Allen Trowsdale

Another election can not happen soon enough.
Get J. T. out period.
He is destroying all of what Canada stands for.


You forgot to mention the head-long plunge into identity politics: Catering to feminists and muslims, to the detriment of native Canadians. Immigrants get around twice was a Canadian pensioner gets with the CCP. It’s clear to see who they value, and its not native Canadians who spent their lives building this country. Now he’s attacking freedom of speech with M103 and C16. These people won’t stop until Canada’s social fabric is ripped apart like the UK, Sweden, and France.

Chari Hakucho

“It seems the more Canadians see Trudeau in office, the less we approve.” I think this statement should be re-written… The more Canadians see Trudeau NOT in office, the less we approve. Trudeau seems to have some sort of aversion to staying in Ottawa, he flies all of the world every other week. Just look at his carbon emissions from the single week March 2-9, 2017, and this was a light travel week. Will he pay the carbon tax on all these trips or is it passed on to the taxpayers. Did former PMs travel as much as Trudeau?


Unfortunately, lots of my facebook friends will still vote for him because he has a nice haircut. Tories need to rebuild its image around the younger generation.