2018 Quebec general election

Canadian provincial legislature contest

The 2018 Quebec general election was held on October 1. François Legault's Coalition Avenir Québec won a majority of seats and Philippe Couillard's Quebec Liberal Party formed the opposition.

2018 Quebec general election

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125 seats in the National Assembly of Quebec
63 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
Turnout66.45% (Decrease 4.98%)[1]
  Majority party Minority party
Leader François Legault Philippe Couillard
Party Coalition Avenir Québec Liberal
Leader's seat L'Assomption Roberval
Last election 22 seats, 23.05% 70 seats, 41.52%
Seats before 21 68
Seats won 74 31
Seat change Increase 53 Decrease 37
Popular vote 1,509,455 1,001,037
Percentage 37.42% 24.82%
Swing Increase14.37pp Decrease16.70pp

  Third party Fourth party
Leader Jean-François Lisée Manon Massé (candidate for premier)
Party Parti Québécois Québec solidaire
Leader's seat Rosemont (lost re-election) Sainte-Marie–Saint-Jacques
Last election 30 seats, 25.38% 3 seats, 7.63%
Seats before 28 3
Seats won 10 10
Seat change Decrease 18 Increase 7
Popular vote 687,995 649,503
Percentage 17.06% 16.10%
Swing Decrease8.32pp Increase8.47pp

Popular vote by riding. As this is an FPTP election, seat totals are not determined by popular vote, but instead by the result in each riding. Riding names are listed at the bottom.

Premier before election

Philippe Couillard

Premier after election

François Legault
Coalition Avenir Québec

References change

  1. "Résultats de l'élection partielle dans la circonscription de Jean-Talon | Élections provinciales".