Last-place Manitoba premier drops again in approval poll of provincial leaders – Winnipeg | Pro IQRA News

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Manitoba’s premier is not heading into the fall with much support from his voters, according to the latest numbers from pollsters at the Angus Reid Institute.

In the latest approval ratings of Canada’s prime ministers, Heather Stefanson is dead last with a paltry 22 percent approval rating — one percentage point below last-place results in Angus Reid’s summer poll.

According to the results, just two per cent of Manitobans polled said they “strongly approve” of Stephenson’s tenure in the province’s top job, while 45 per cent “strongly disapprove”.

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Manitoba’s Stephenson is back at the bottom of Angus Reid’s head rankings.

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Only one in five Manitobans say they like his performance at all.

In neighboring Saskatchewan, Premier Scott Moe enjoys a Canada-leading 57 percent approval rating, up six spots from June, while Doug Ford in eastern Ontario saw a drop this time but remains above 40 percent.

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