POLL: Canadians Give Trudeau Negative Reviews For His ‘Management’ Of Trans Mountain Crisis

Many more say Trudeau is doing a poor job than a good job.

A new poll shows Canadians taking a negative view of how Justin Trudeau is dealing with the Trans Mountain pipeline crisis.

According to Angus Reid, 46% of Canadians say Trudeau is doing a ‘poor job’ handling the issue, while just 36% say he is doing a ‘good job.’

18% say they are not sure or can’t say.

Horgan gets even lower ratings than Trudeau, with just 31% saying he is doing a ‘good job,’ while 38% say he’s doing a ‘poor job.’

That leaves Trudeau with the biggest net-negative rating.

By contrast, Rachel Notley and Kinder Morgan get positive ratings from Canadians.

42% say Notley is doing a good job, while 29% say she’s doing a poor job. 38% say Kinder Morgan is doing a good job, compared to 27% who say they are doing a bad job.

As noted by Angus Reid, “the Prime Minister gets negative reviews from both British Columbians (60% of who say he has done a poor job on this file) and Albertans (71%). The only province in which Trudeau receives a net positive assessment is his native Quebec, where 45 per cent say he has done a good job, compared to 37 per cent who say he has done a bad one.”

On another interesting note, while Notley gets net-positive ratings in Alberta (54% say she has done a good job vs 39% who say she’s doing a bad job), she get lower ratings than the pipeline project.

Canadians can see past Trudeau’s empty words

Justin Trudeau keeps spewing out the same talking points, yet the numbers above clearly show that people are seeing past it.

Showing weakness and hypocrisy, Trudeau has refused to get tough with the B.C. government, even as he seeks to punish Saskatchewan for opposing the carbon tax. As a result, people can see that Trudeau’s words and actions don’t match up, and most don’t have confident in his ability to deal with this crisis.

Spencer Fernando

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Ivan Hawkes

Mismanagement relates to far more than just the pipe line situation. Misappropriation of funds, in the BILLIONS of dollars, refusal to answer questions, blaming everyone but not taking any responsibility whatsoever… this is the legacy of the LIEberal government. Well known internationally. Canada is screwed forever BECAUSE of the LIEberals. Immigrants came here hoping for a better life, but they will soon find out their children face very large problems, BECAUSE of the LIEberals.

Christiane Young

Spencer, please do not support a BITUMEN pipeline…as there is no technology to clean up spills. We need to refine the bitumen BEFORE it gets into any pipeline. Why can’t Alberta build a refinery capable to handle Bitumen and then use pipelines??? Think of all the Jobs!!!! And then there is the question on how to reconcile the Trudeau agenda, away from fossil fuels, coal etc., with building a pipeline?????

Terry Davis

This is because his idealism is coming head to head with reality. It’s conflicting his brain and causing a meltdown.
What I still can’t fathom is the liberal party still in lock step with him

Shawn Harris

This poll result was predictable, Trudeau thinks that he can get away with demonizing and delegitimizing the oil industry and still expects to be viewed positively. He is very delusional and deceitful towards Kinder Morgan and the public, thinking he can play both sides against the middle and not get burned. After all, Trudeau did say publicly that he wants to phase out the oil industry, so it comes as no surprise that Kinder Morgan has issued it’s ultimatum, allow the pipeline to be built or face the consequences of no pipeline, ruined economy and an angry public and lawsuits… Read more »

Tommy Hawk

The only ‘management’ Trudeau has clearly demonstrated in connection with the Trans Mountain pipeline is that he has ‘managed’ total failure.

Ron Voss

What’s up with the misguided 36%?

Bill Gravel

Spencer Fernando time to speak to the question of alternatives, such as Hyder Alaska also the Fed Bill C-48 that bans oil tankers from the northern tip of Vancouver Island to the Alaskan panhandle, this bill was only what was promised in the Liberal platform they got elected on, which only leaves the south coast of the Port of Vancouver-Burnaby. Stupidy at its best, beside Hyder Alaska will give stupid B.C. nothing and Alberta back in business. The major point made is the north coast more valuable then the south coast, or any coast in Canada, foot note Newfoundland would… Read more »

Tommy Hawk

The first and foremost intent of Trudeau right from the start — as it was with ‘daddy’ — was to cause confusion, distrust, angst and deep separation across Canada. In that regard, he has succeeded — truly the only success of his tenure. He needs to be relegated to the history books which will see him for what he truly is — a failure on all counts.