Who's the fairest of all?

B.C.'s John Horgan finds himself among Canada's most popular premiers, according to a new poll.

The poll conducted by the Angus Reid Institute has Horgan sitting in the third most popular position behind  Quebec Premier François Legault and Saskatchewan's, Scott Moe.

British Columbia Premier John Horgan received the approval of more than half of B.C., earning the backing of 52 per cent of B.C. residents. Thats an increase of 9 percentage points since December, when four-in-ten or 43 per cent  approved of his performance. The current number ties Horgan’s highest mark as premier, which was set in March 2018.

Most premiers have seen their standing among their own constituencies improve – or at least hold – since December. The two exceptions are Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s approval drops four points this quarter to 38 per cent.

Alberta’s Rachel Notley, currently seeking a second term as Alberta premier, faces long odds ahead of the April 16 election day.  Recent polls, including one released by the Angus Reid Institute, have consistently pointed to a substantial lead for the opposition United Conservative Party. However, Notley’s personal appeal appears to continue to climb. Notley’s approval has increased for the fifth consecutive time and is now up to four-in-ten or 40 per cent.

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