I have taken a look at this latest report that captures the support levels from October 2008 through March 9, 2010.
This period is interesting as a General Election, leadership replacement, two contests in by elections is highlighted.
Many of us suggest the Liberal Party has lost their moral compass , been reduced to a party of publicity stunts.
You can decide.
Conclusion from the Graph and Support Levels in Quebec:
Michael Ignatieff has been unable to sustain the lift in Quebec from the signed coalition agreement entered into by Dion. In December 2008, Dion was encouraged to resign his leadership before the scheduled leadership convention in 2009. The Liberal Party executives were able to appoint Ignatieff in short order in spite of protests from Bob Rae.
In November 2009 the Bloc lost one of the two seats in an election contest to the CPC who were polling behind the Bloc, Liberals.
GOTV (Get out the vote) was successful for the NDP, CPC
Source M. Bernard Généreux
The NDP, CPC are below the General Election October 2008 levels.
The House of Commons voted 214-84 on Tuesday to reject a Bloc Quebecois amendment to the federal budget. That amendment would have forced the government to stop tax benefits to the oil industry and use the money to compensate Quebec for the Harmonized Sales Tax and improve EI benefits, among other things. Only the Bloc and NDP supported the proposed change. - Canadian Press
Does the Liberal Party expect their support numbers to be sustainable with another 150 meeting in Quebec? Is this just another publicity stunt to garner attention they are busy at work?