A new poll showed that many Canadians believe Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "should step down" instead of being the Liberal leader in the upcoming federal election..More than half (56%) of the Abacus Data poll respondents said that Trudeau “should step down.” Only 27% said he should stay and 17% were not sure..Among the respondents who voted for the Liberal Party in the 2021 election, 28% think Trudeau should step down. But, more than half (52%) believe he should run for office again..One out of five respondents who voted for the Liberal Party are unsure if Trudeau should continue as the Liberal leader..The Abacus Data poll showed that if an election happened today, 38% would vote for the Conservative Party and only 26% for the Liberals. .This is the lowest support for the Liberals in an Abacus Data poll since Trudeau became prime minister in 2015..The poll also showed the NDP with 19% support. The Greens and People’s Party had four percent..The poll found more Canadians are starting to like Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre..Thirty-four percent said they have a good opinion of Poilievre. That's four percent higher than an earlier Abacus poll from the start of August..The poll took place between Aug. 18 and 23. It included 2,189 adults. The results were adjusted based on age, gender, education, and where people live..The results are considered accurate with a margin of error of plus or minus 2.1%, 19 times out of 20.