Trudeau’s Net Approval Rating Is Now -39%

Over two thirds of Canadians disapprove of the PM.

Justin Trudeau’s poll numbers continue to worsen, with his net approval rating falling dramatically.

His net approval is now -39%, according to a new Angus Reid poll.

28% of Canadians approve of Trudeau, compared to 67% who disapprove of him.

And when we look at the numbers his opponents have, it’s clear how unpopular Trudeau has become.

Andrew Scheer’s net approval is -6%, with 40% of Canadians approving of him compared to 46% who disapprove.

Even Jagmeet Singh – who has struggled significantly as NDP Leader — is more popular than Trudeau. 34% approve of Singh, while 45% disapprove.

Elizabeth May of the Green Party is the only leader with a net positive approval rating, with 45% approving of her and 34% disapproving.

These are brutal numbers for Trudeau, and it shows that the damage from the SNC-Lavalin PMO Scandal and his endless broken promises have significantly altered how Canadians perceive him.

As I’ve said many times before, it seems that the more Canadians see of Trudeau, the less we like what we see.

Trudeau’s collapsing popularity also explains why he is running such a dangerous and divisive fear-mongering campaign against his opponents. With the country turning against him, fear and anger is all he has left.

Spencer Fernando

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