Saskatchewan’s Premier is still the most popular in Canada, with an approval rating of 52 per cent.
But the figure was the result of a decrease of 6 per cent, the highest among Brad Wall’s counterparts, and his lowest rating in 7 years.
The study, conducted before the provincial budget, by the Angus Reid Institute, comes in the wake of an rising projected deficit.
Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister’s rating dipped by 5 per cent to 45, while Alberta premier Rachel Notley’s rating was unchanged at 31 per cent, and Ontario premier Kathleen Wynne fell again to an all-time low of 12 per cent.
The only premier with an increase was Quebec’s Phillipe Couillard by 5 per cent, to 35, in light of the shooting at a Quebec City Mosque that left 6 people dead.