Another 2 polls have come out .One is by Ekos done for La Presse showing the PLQ at 40 %, the PQ at 26.3 %, the CAQ at 21 % and QS at 9.6 %. The Léger was done for Le journal de Montréal which is owned and published by Pierre Karl Peladeau. Its results will not likely please him. The poll, another internet internet poll of over 1000 participants has the Liberals or PLQ at 38.1 % , the PQ at 29.0 %, the CAQ at 23.4 % and QS at 8 %.Option national and the Parti vert show up at 0.5 % each.Translating this into seats, no easy task in a 4 party race, it most likely would result in a narrow Liberal victory of 65 Liberals, 47 PQ, 3 for QS and 10 for the CAQ.
The EKOS poll done for La Presse shows even further potential erosion in the PQ vote benefitting the Liberals. The PLQ is at 40 %, the PQ at 26.3, the CAQ at 21 % and Québec solidaire 8 %. The EKOS poll if accurate would result in a bigger Liberal victory, possibly more than 70 seats for them with the PQ dropping to 40 or fewer seats, losing seats both to the Liberals and the CAQ.
There is a still fairly large undecided vote so if the turnout is close to 80 % some of the undecided vote will vote and possibly shift the election in one direction or the other that differs somewhat from the average of the latest polls. Normally the electorate has decided on the weekend before an election. But recent elections elsewhere show that the unpredictable is always a factor We shall see on Monday night.