2014 Quebec general election

The 2014 Quebec general election was held on April 7. Philippe Couillard's Quebec Liberal Party won a majority of seats and Pauline Marois' Parti Québécois formed the opposition.[1]

2014 Quebec general election

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125 seats in the National Assembly of Quebec
63 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
Turnout71.43% (Decrease 3.17%)
  Majority party Minority party
Leader Philippe Couillard Pauline Marois
Party Liberal Parti Québécois
Leader's seat Roberval Charlevoix–Côte-de-Beaupré (lost re-election)
Last election 50 seats, 31.20% 54 seats, 31.95%
Seats before 49 54
Seats won 70 30
Seat change Increase21 Decrease24
Popular vote 1,757,071 1,074,120
Percentage 41.52% 25.38%
Swing Increase10.32pp Decrease6.57pp

  Third party Fourth party
Leader François Legault Françoise David
Andrés Fontecilla
(as spokespeople)
Party Coalition Avenir Québec Québec solidaire
Leader's seat L'Assomption David: Gouin
Fontecilla: Ran in Laurier-Dorion (lost)
Last election 19 seats, 27.05% 2 seats, 6.03%
Seats before 18 2
Seats won 22 3
Seat change Increase4 Increase1
Popular vote 975,607 323,124
Percentage 23.05% 7.63%
Swing Decrease4.00pp Increase1.60pp

Popular vote by riding. As this is an FPTP election, seat totals are not determined by popular vote, but instead via results by each riding. Click the map for more details.

Premier before election

Pauline Marois
Parti Québécois

Premier after election

Philippe Couillard

References change

  1. Directeur général des élections du Québec (2014). "Élections générales 7 avril 2014: résultats officiels par circonscription" (in French). Retrieved May 11, 2014.