The 1952 Quebec general election was held on July 16, 1952, to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Quebec, Canada. The incumbent Union Nationale, led by Maurice Duplessis, won re-election, defeating the Quebec Liberal Party, led by Georges-Émile Lapalme.
This was the fourth time (and the third in a row) that Duplessis led his party to a general election victory.
The number of seats won by the Liberals, and their share of the popular vote, were considerably increased over the previous election in 1948.
Thérèse Casgrain became the first female leader of a Quebec political party, heading the CCF.
Of the 92 races, 56 were two-way contests between the two major parties:
Henri Groulx (Montréal-Outremont) was the first candidate to learn that he had been reelected, but he died within an hour of hearing the news. Georges-Émile Lapalme, who had lost his campaign to take Joliette, would subsequently win the Outremont byelection held on July 9, 1953.
There were two notable results that arose from the election:
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