...support separatism!! That's very good news, because Quebec older people are very much against Separation. Guess just some baby boomers left.
MONTREAL — Sovereignty is becoming as passe among young Quebecers as mullet haircuts, a new poll suggests.
Voters under 25 are now less likely to endorse sovereignty than their parents and grandparents, according to the survey for the Association for Canadian Studies.
Just 32% of people age 18 to 24 would vote for a sovereign Quebec, compared to 34% for all age groups combined, according to the poll conducted the week of Oct. 16-22 by Leger Marketing.
Sovereignist leaders including former premier Bernard Landry used to say young voters’ enthusiasm for an independent Quebec virtually guaranteed the option would triumph one day.