The federal Liberal government faces an uphill climb leading to the next election as polling shows younger Canadians who helped elect Justin Trudeau’s team in 2015 are giving the Conservatives a closer look amid the worst affordability crisis in decades.

Abacus Data’s recent polls suggests 40 per cent of millennials (born from 1981 to 1996) and 32 per cent of Generation Z (those born between 1997 and 2012) would vote for the Conservatives. In comparison, 21 per cent millennials and 24 per cent Gen Z would vote for the Liberals.

The president of Conservateurs uOttawa Conservatives, Levi Cottingham, said the club has seen an increase in members this year. “We have about 120 members, up a lot, especially since the pandemic,” he said.

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