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Premiers’ Performance: Moe and Horgan claim highest approval, Wynne’s worries continue

More premiers see improvement to their approval than decline March 21, 2018 –  Canada’s newest premiers boast the highest job performance approval ratings in this quarter’s analysis of polling data from the Angus Reid Institute. After Brad Wall’s retirement in

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Quebec Politics: Major support for Bill 62, far less approval for government’s handling of border issues

Significant number of Quebecers say each issue will be a key consideration in next year’s election October 4, 2017 – With roughly a year to go before the next provincial election, Quebec residents are overwhelmingly supportive of their current government’s

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Six-in-ten say United Conservative Party will be good for Alberta, but half fear it will be ‘too right-wing’

Seven-in-ten say Notley government is ‘out of touch’ with what Albertans really want October 11, 2017 – With the unification of the former Wildrose and Progressive Conservative parties culminating Oct. 28 with the election of a new leader of the

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Premiers’ Performance: As Horgan enters office on a high, Wall is set to depart on top

For a second straight quarter, no premier holds majority approval of their residents September 26, 2017 – Two months after announcing his resignation as Saskatchewan Premier, and retirement from politics, the latest analysis of quarterly polling data by the Angus

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Not just another brick in the Wall: Most say departing Saskatchewan premier will be remembered fondly

Men and older residents give outgoing Saskatchewan Party leader Brad Wall highest marks September 26, 2017 – As Brad Wall prepares to step down after nearly a decade as Canada’s most popular premier, a new analysis of quarterly polling data

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British Columbians call on new provincial government to deliver electoral reform, energy projects

New poll looks at key issues in the province after change in government September 26, 2017 – British Columbia’s first New Democratic Party government in 16 years debuted in the legislature this month with a bill that promised to make

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