Who are the Head-to-Head winners according to voters?

Even if the leaders of the various political formations always have difficulty in evaluating their performance after a debate, the public is often much more decisive.

It is for this reason that the firm Léger decided to survey the viewers of Face-à-Face presented on TVA on September 15 to find out who was the winner of this debate, according to them.

Thus, 18% of voters judged that Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois of Québec solidaire emerged as the winner of the Face-to-Face.

The leader of the Parti Québécois, Paul Saint-Pierre-Plamondon, comes not far behind with 16%. This is followed by Éric Duhaime at 10%, François Legault at 9% and Dominique Anglade at 3%.




However, when asked whether the performance of the chefs was in line with expectations or worse than expected, it was Paul Saint-Pierre-Plamondon who did the best, while 28% felt that his performance was better than the expectations they had.

A sign that the debate was rather difficult for the leader of the Liberal Party Dominique Anglade, 29% of respondents felt that her performance was less than expected.

A similar finding for outgoing Prime Minister François Legault, 36% of whom felt that his performance was below expectations.




*See all the results in the video above*

The article is in French

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