If an election was held tomorrow, the SaskParty would still be in power, but not by much.
The Angus Reid Institute conducted a survey between June 5th and 12th, and 48 per cent of those polled say they would still vote for the SaskParty, while 41 per cent said the NDP.
It is not a surprise in rural areas of the province, with 58 per cent saying they would vote for the governing Saskatchewan Party if they had to go to the polls tomorrow.
In urban centres like Regina and Saskatoon, the voting picture is different, as 55 per cent of Queen City residents would vote NDP, and 50 per cent in Saskatoon.
Elsewhere in the survey, the economy was the main area of concern.
Forty-two per cent of Saskatchewan residents polled say the economy was the top issue, while the next closest topic was health care at 12 per cent.
When it comes to standard of living in the land of living skies, 42 per cent believe it is worse than last year, while 9 per cent think it has improved, and 48 per cent didn’t notice a difference.