Canadians from every province were queried by Angus Reid on a whole host of energy related issues, ranging from which pipelines they supported to the federal government’s performance on the file.
The province of Quebec was the outlier on almost every question and out of step with the consensus in the rest of the country.
But, Quebec wasn't as much of an outlier as you may think.
Today I’ll take you through some of the more surprising poll results from those places the mainstream media would have us believe hate oil and gas.
For example, nearly half of Quebecers, 48 per cent, say oil and gas is a critical industry to Canada.
When pollsters asked people in BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba if over the last couple of years they thought the policies of the federal government had helped their province, only nine per cent thought so.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley just spent the last three years sucking up to Justin Trudeau by pushing the same policies.