Top 10 words to describe the Quebec election campaign

The 2014 Quebec election campaign is "useless" and full of "smear" campaigning, according to Radio-Canada's listeners.

Useless, smear and pathetic top 3 chosen by Radio-Canada listeners to describe election

Philippe Couillard and Pauline Marois face off in a leaders' debate that came with its fair share of yelling matches. (TVA)

The 2014 Quebec election campaign is "useless" and full of "smear" campaigning, according to Radio-Canada listeners. 

C'est pas trop tôt!, Radio-Canada's morning radio show hosted by Marie-France Bazzo, asked its listeners to describe the Quebec election campaign in one word. 

They received over 500 responses on Facebook and Twitter and we've translated and ordered them according to the most popular terms. 

The results are in — and they aren't good:

  1. Useless
  2. Smear
  3. Pathetic
  4. Empty
  5. Fear
  6. Mud
  7. Manipulation
  8. Amnesia
  9. Demagogy
  10. Sterile
  11. Dirty
  12. Deceiving
  13. Disinformation

How would you describe this election campaign?

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