Numbers Show Canadians Unmoved by Recent Cabinet Shuffle
Initial impressions are in: Majority in every polling region say recent shuffle hasn't improved perception of government
Readers who took a much-needed break from the news cycle over the summer may have missed a substantial cabinet shuffle by Justin Trudeau in July. After a difficult spring session in Ottawa, Trudeau’s team probably wanted to bring new blood into the cabinet in the hopes of changing the narrative around his government.
Now reaching the mid-point of the current term (assuming the LPC-NDP pact holds until 2025…) and shedding significant support in the polls since early summer, has the federal government earned any positive impressions among voters by rejuvenating its cabinet?
According to last week’s exclusive Pallas Data poll commissioned by 338Canada, Canadian voters were mostly unmoved by Trudeau’s cabinet shuffle. Let us look at the numbers.
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