A lot has changed in three years.
The wave of popularity Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rode to a majority government in 2015 seems to be at its lowest point yet, a new poll suggests.
Trudeau’s approval rating among Canadians is now at its lowest level since he was elected, according to the Angus Reid Institute’s latest survey.
The polling firm found that 35 per cent of respondents approve of the PM’s performance. That’s quite a drop from the 63 per cent rating he received in a similar poll conducted in his first month in office.
Thirty-nine per cent of respondents in the new survey said they “strongly disapprove” of the prime minister, while just eight per cent said they “strongly approve.”
As of now, only 35% of Canadians are happy with Trudeau’s performance, in contrast to the 63% rating he had received during a similar study that was done after his first month in office. To make matters worse, while 39% of Canadians responded “strongly disapprove,” only 8% said they “strongly approve” of the PM.
With that in mind, we’ve compiled the province by province statistics and ordered them from least to greatest disapproval rate. So if you are curious as to which province currently hates Trudeau the most, keep scrolling!
Disapproval rating: 49%
Approval rating: 44%
Disapproval rating: 52%
Approval rating: 42%
Disapproval rating: 53%
Approval rating: 38%
Disapproval rating: 59%
Approval rating: 37%
Disapproval rating: 60%
Approval rating: 30%
Disapproval rating: 78%
Approval rating: 18%
Disapproval rating: 79%
Approval rating: 20%