POLL: MAJORITY OF CANADIANS PLEASED WITH OTTAWA'S HANDLING OF PANDEMIC

Nov 10, 2020

By Bob Komsic

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As Canadians head into what’s looking like will be a long, challenging winter, most feel the Trudeau is continuing to handle COVID-19 well.
The latest Angus Reid Institute survey finds two-thirds of respondents believe Ottawa has done a good job — relatively unchanged since early in the pandemic in late March.
Meanwhile, the prime minister’s personal approval has recovered to 49% after having sat in the mid-40s over the summer.
The vote intention race remains quite competitive.
Currently, 35% of Canadians say they’d vote for the Liberals if an election were held now, while a near identical 33% would support the Conservatives.
One-in-five (18%) prefer the NDP.
Tory Leader Erin O’Toole’s popularity has risen six points since early September to 36%, while even more respondents, 40%, are less impressed; an increase of nine.
The NDP’s Jagmeet Singh is viewed favourably by 49%, unfavourably by 41%.
COVID-19 and healthcare are considered by a wide margin as the top issues currently facing Canada.
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