Fewer than a third approve of PM, while nearly twice as many disapprove.
Justin Trudeau is still very unpopular, with majorities of Canadians in all age groups expressing negative views of the PM.
According to a new Angus Reid survey, just 32% of Canadians approve of Trudeau, down 1 point from June.
61% disapprove, a slight drop from the 64% who disapproved of him last month.
The number who say they “don’t” know their opinion of Trudeau has risen from 3% to 4%.
Trudeau’s numbers are bad among all age groups:
Age 18-34: 37% approve
Age 35-54: 31% approve
Age 55 and above: 29% approve
Andrew Scheer is more popular than Justin Trudeau
When it comes to the approval of other party leaders, Andrew Scheer is more popular than Trudeau. The survey asked a slightly different question, asking whether people had a ‘favourable’ or ‘unfavourable’ opinion of federal party leaders. Here are the results:
Justin Trudeau – 34% favourable, 60% unfavourable, 5% not sure
Andrew Scheer – 39% favourable, 51% unfavourable, 11% not sure
Jagmeet Singh – 33% favourable, 60% unfavourable, 17% not sure
Elizabeth May – 46% favourable, 38% unfavourable, 16% not sure
Maxime Bernier – 17% favourable, 56% unfavourable, 27% not sure
This shows why the Liberals and establishment press aren’t really even defending their record anymore, and are instead relentlessly demonizing Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives. The Liberals know that Trudeau is unpopular, so they’re trying to make Andrew Scheer even more unpopular in a bid to stay in power.
That’s why the social media ad restrictions brought in by the Trudeau Liberals are so dangerous and anti-democratic, because it deprives Scheer of an avenue to defend himself and spread his message, while the Liberals are free to campaign on the taxpayers dime.
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