The Angus Reid Institute surveyed 15-hundred Canadians who signed up to respond to their polls about the carbon tax.
One of the questions was simple: are you for or against the carbon tax?
55 per cent of respondents said they’re opposed while 45 per cent said they’re for it.
Another one was who should have the final say on carbon pricing, with 64 per cent saying the provinces and 36 per cent saying the federal government.
When asked if the Saskatchewan government is right to challenge the federal government in court over carbon pricing, 72 per cent said its right compared to 28 per cent who said its wrong.