Premiers Brad Wall and Alison Redford, of Saskatchewan and Alberta respectively, are the country’s most popular premiers, pollster Angus Reid says in a new survey.
At the other end of the scale are Nova Scotia’s Darrel Dexter — just 27 per cent approve of the way he’s doing his job — and B.C.’s Christy Clark – second lowest at 30%.
Every politician will tell you polls come and go but you don’t often see a leading politician actually slag the pollster by name when that pollster has some bad numbers. And yet, that’s just what Clark does …
“First, we are a year from an election,” Clark said in a press conference held at the groundbreaking of a new Ronald McDonald house. “Second, I think that in recent months we’ve seen, you know, that polls really aren’t very meaningful … And third, it’s an Angus Reid poll.