PMO Scandal Fallout: Trudeau’s Net Approval Rating Drops To -18%

A majority of Canadians disapprove of Trudeau.

With the Trudeau PMO SNC-Lavalin scandal swirling, Justin Trudeau’s approval rating has dropped again.

According to a new Campaign Research poll, 53% of Canadians disapprove of Justin Trudeau, while 35% approve.

That puts his net approval rating at -18%.

In a December 2018 Campaign Research poll, his net approval rating was -9%.

The numbers for Andrew Scheer are far better, with 29% approving and 33% disapproving. That puts Scheer’s net approval rating at -4%.

Jagmeet Singh’s numbers are terrible, with just 16% approving while 39% disapprove. That’s a negative approval of -23%.

Trudeau retains a small lead on the “best choice for PM” question, with 28% picking Trudeau and 25% picking Scheer.

However, considering that Trudeau is already the PM, the fact that his lead on that question is so narrow shows how much damage his image has taken.

And this poll was taken as the scandal was emerging, so it doesn’t even account for the sustained attention on the seemingly corrupt Trudeau PMO, and people repeatedly seeing Trudeau disgracefully throwing Jody Wilson-Raybould under the bus.

Trudeau’s numbers could be headed even lower.

Spencer Fernando

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