According to a recent study by the Angus Reid Institute, just 33 per cent of Canadians have a favourable opinion of Conservative Party of Canada leader Pierre Poilievre, including just one in five people in Quebec (20 per cent), where positive sentiments towards the CPC leader are lowest. The study also found that Pierre Poilievre is viewed much more negatively than his predecessors Erin O’Toole, Andrew Scheer, and Stephen Harper. Finally, the study found that men are more likely than women to view Pierre Poilievre favourably. I believe that the vast majority of voters—especially women, people of colour, new immigrants, and those living in Quebec, the GTA, and British Columbia's Lower Mainland—will reject Pierre Poilievre’s predilection towards guns, cryptocurrency, small government, the war on drugs, and the illegal truck convoy blockades. The CPC would be light-years ahead of the Trudeau Liberals by now, had they picked Jean Charest as their leader. Lyle McNaughton Calgary, Alta.