Premier François Legault can be satisfied with the results of his campaign. His team was elected in all the regions of Quebec. The CAQ won 41% of the popular vote, far ahead of other parties. The party was competitive virtually everywhere in Quebec.
Some tough battles were won, such as in the ridings of Beauce-Nord (possible recount), Beauce-Sud and Chauveau, in the Quebec City area, against the Conservative Party of Quebec. The CAQ also made notable gains, such as in the riding of Rouyn-Noranda-Témiscamingue with the election of Daniel Bernard, despite the saga surrounding the Horne Foundry, as well as in Laval, where it now holds 4 of the 6 seats instead of just one in 2018.
Despite this clear victory, the CAQ was unable to elect star candidate Caroline St-Hilaire in Sherbrooke against Québec Solidaire, a former Bloc Québécois MP and former mayor of Longueuil. Voters in Montreal are still rejecting the party, as only two ridings in the east of Montreal are caquist. The two Solidaire ridings in Quebec City have been retained.
The CAQ can boast of having constantly progressed since its first election in 2012. In its first election, 27% of the population voted for it, while in 2022 it is 41%. Only a few ridings had voted more than 50% for the CAQ in 2012, while it was in 23 ridings in 2018 and 33 ridings in 2022. 79 ridings were won with more than 40% of the vote in 2022.