According to a poll done by the Angus Reid Institute, Brad Wall is going out on top.
The soon-to-be retiring Saskatchewan Premier has an approval rating of 53 per cent, an increase of 4 per cent since the last quarter, amid disputes with Alberta’s Rachel Notley over beer and licence plates.
Speaking of Notley, her approval rating saw an increase of 3 per cent to 32 per cent.
The Institute says he’s either held top spot, or co-held with another premier in each quarter of tracking since 2010.
In second spot is B.C. Premier John Horgan with 49 per cent, an increase of 1 per cent.
As for Manitoba’s Brian Pallister, he has an approval rating of 34 per cent.
Occupying last place is Ontario’s Kathleen Wynne at just 20 per cent.
The Institute’s poll was conducted December 7-14.