Support collapses compared to 2015.
Indigenous Canadians have turned on Justin Trudeau.
That’s according to a Maru/Blue poll conducted for CBC News.
In 2015, the Trudeau Liberals won the most among Indigenous Canadians, pulling in 41% of the vote.
Now, they’ve fallen to 24%.
That 17 point drop represents a serious collapse in their support.
The Conservatives and NDP now lead the Liberals among Indigenous Canadians, with 26% each.
The Greens are at 16%.
Indigenous Canadians also rate Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer as the best choice for PM, with 20% picking him. Trudeau is at 19%, within the margin of error.
Additionally, 46% of Indigenous Canadians say they are ‘very angry’ with how Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott were treated.
And when it comes to whether Trudeau has helped improve living conditions for Indigenous People, just 25% of Indigenous respondents give him good marks on that, with the vast majority saying he’s done a poor job.
Perhaps that’s because, as many Indigenous Canadians continue to live in poverty, Trudeau instead gives billions away to foreign countries instead of helping people here at home.
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