Friday, December 07, 2007

The falling popularity of the ADQ

Mama Marois still out in front in Quebec polls and Dumont's ADQ sinking back into third place.
A potential problem for Harper is the falling popularity of the ADQ, which the federal Conservatives view as an unofficial sister party in Quebec.

The ADQ rose from near obscurity to win 30 percent of the vote in Quebec's election but since then Dumont's star has waned steadily, in part because his parliamentary caucus is young and inexperienced.

"You can't say who is going to win the (next Quebec) election but the ADQ will neither be in power or form the official opposition," Claude Gauthier of CROP told La Presse.
Good for Harpie or not? We report, you decide...:)