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Quebecs in favor of a public investigation into pandemic management

Just over two in three Quebecs (64%) want the Legault government to conduct a public inquiry into the management of the pandemic, according to a survey by Research Co.

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The same is true in the rest of the country, where 66% of Canadians say they are in federal government for public inquiries.

“The reality is all over the country. We are talking about a pandemic that has claimed the lives of more than 38,000 Canadians. This is an important question for the future. We need to make sure we all get ready next time, ”said Research Co. Mario Canseco in an interview with Global News.

Although most Quebecs want a public inquiry, more than half (59%) say they are satisfied with the management of the pandemic in Quebec. As for federal management, satisfaction is slightly declining (57%).

«[Plusieurs personnes] they want Canadians to sit down and figure out how to avoid the situation [comme celle de la première vague] and how to be better prepared, “Canseco explained.

As the sixth wave of COVID-19 continues to hit the country, many Canadians (56%) say they are “anxious” when governments call off health measures.

1,000 Canadians aged 18 and over responded to this online survey from April 16 to 18, 2022.