Correction: I used the wrong polling data. See update below.
Now, I can't say I know too much about Quebec politics, but this is rather interesting.
A poll by La Presse puts the Liberals (PLQ) at 32%, the PQ at 25%, and the Action Democratique Quebec (ADQ) at 30%.
Now plug this poll into this nice seat-projector generator nicely pointed out by Paul Wells.
The seat results? PLQ 47 seats, PQ 33 seats, ADQ 45 seats.
Now, the question I'd have is this: would such an election result be enough to begin a transformation of Quebec politics from a sovereigntist-federalist axis to a left-right axis?
Okay, let's use the real polling data, and not just polling from the Quebec City Region.
With the seat results from the generator as follows.
I still think my question above would still be valid.
Another interesting thing is the seat results for the Quebec City Area, using the polling data I was using before.
PLQ: 1 (-8)
PQ: 1 (-1)
ADQ: 9 (+9)