New Poll Shows That 72% of Canadians Think Justin Trudeau Should Step Down

ER Editor: LifeSite News also picked up on the citizens’ petition against Trudeau, calling for a no-confidence vote and a new election. See —

70,000+ Canadians call on House of Commons to invoke vote of no confidence against Trudeau

OTTAWA, Ontario (LifeSiteNews) –– A petition backed by the Conservative Party of Canada is demanding a vote of no confidence against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government.

The official petition was initiated by Peterborough, Ontario resident Melissa Outwater, and is sponsored by Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) Michelle Ferreri, who represents the Peterborough—Kawartha, Ontario riding. As of this writing, the petition has over 70,000 signatures.  

The petition, which opened for signatures on November 24, 2023, reads, “We, the undersigned, citizens and residents of Canada, call upon the House of Commons to call for a vote of no confidence and a federal election 45 days following the vote.” 

The petition is open for signature until December 24, 2023. 

The New Democratic Party (NDP) has an informal coalition with Trudeau that began last year, agreeing to support and keep the Liberals in power until the next election is mandated by law in 2025. Until the NDP decide to break ranks with the Liberals, an early election call is unlikely.  


New Poll Shows That 72% of Canadians Think Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Should Step Down

An exclusive Ipsos poll shared with Global News, surveying 1,000 Canadians, reveals that 72% of respondents want Prime Minister Trudeau to step down, with 33% of Liberal supporters (i.e. Trudeau’s own party) sharing the same view.

The Ipsos poll also highlights that, in the event of an election today, 40% would vote Conservative, 24% would vote Liberal, and 21% would vote NDP. (ER: Hence why the NDP has been propping up Trudeau in Parliament for a long time.)

Ipsos CEO Darrell Bricker, speaking to Global News, commented,

“I’ve never seen a number that high for a prime minister, probably since Brian Mulroney back in 1991, 1992. And that’s what this really reminds me of.”



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