Most Canadians are dissatisfied with the work of the government and do not support Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
This is stated in the Abacus Data survey.
According to the study, 51% of Canadians disapprove of the government’s actions.
This is the highest dissatisfaction since Justin Trudeau was elected Prime Minister of Canada in 2015.
51% of Canadians do not support the Prime Minister of Canada. This is the highest figure ever recorded in a survey, writes True North. If the elections were held today, the Conservative Party would have won. The Conservatives would garner 35% of the vote, poll data show.
The authors of the survey noted that the dissatisfaction of Canadians is understandable, given the pace of inflation and the impending recession. High inflation rates affected the prices of food, housing, gasoline.