A snap Angus Reed online survey conducted for La Presse just after the former Quebec premier's declaration showed that most Quebeckers agree with him. More than three-quarters (78%) of Quebeckers believe that sovereignty remains years away, at least. Only 35% want another referendum while 58% do not. Another poll, conducted by Léger Marketing poll this month for the Association of Canadian Studies, said only 40% of Quebeckers believe a sovereign Quebec would be better off.
In contrast, most people in Quebec (71%), Manitoba and Saskatchewan (57%), and Atlantic Canada (54%) oppose the plan. -Vision Critical
What does Gilles and his party of separtists do in Ottawa to speed up the process, he can't take another picture with the Liberals or NDP.
How will Gilles and the Bloc stop the new seats in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia without driving support down for his allies?
In 2007 he would take the money offered to fix the fiscal imbalance the Federal 2007 budget to help his BQ Government separate from Canada. In 2008 he would have done the same with Dion/Layton.
The plan to increase the number of seats in the House of Commons is more popular in the three provinces that would gain more Members of Parliament: Alberta (58%), British Columbia (49%) and Ontario (49%).