Another, terrible, very bad news day for the Trudeau Liberals.
Trudeau's Liberals losing ground in Quebec to second "Orange Wave": poll
The federal election is now less than six months away, and it appears the "Orange Wave" that washed over Quebec in 2011 is making a second splash.
A new CROP poll for La Presse shows the NDP under Thomas Mulcair once again pulling away from the Liberals and Conservatives, leading the pack at 31 per cent support.
Justin Trudeau's Liberals are close behind at 29 per cent, down from a neck-and-neck tie with the New Democrats at 32 per cent last October, according to a Abacus Data survey released Oct. 20.
Support for the Conservatives under Prime Minister Stephen Harper trails at 19 per cent, while the struggling Bloc Quebecois hold 18 per cent support among Quebecers.
The poll was conducted between 1,000 respondents from April 15 to April 20.