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Poll suggests Canadians are unhappy with their provincial leaders

Last Updated Jan 8, 2020 at 9:10 pm PDT

Canada's Premiers, left to right, Sandy Silver, Yukon, Dwight Ball, Newfoundland and Labrador, Brian Pallister, Manitoba, Stephen McNeil, Nova Scotia, Doug Ford, Ontario, Scott Moe, Saskatchewan, Francois Legault, Quebec, Blaine Higgs, New Brunswick, John Horgan, British Columbia, Jason Kenney, Alberta and Joe Savikataaq, Nunavut are seen during a closing news conference following a meeting of Canada's Premiers in Saskatoon, Sask. Thursday, July 11, 2019. Canada's premiers are meeting today just outside Toronto for the first time as a group since the federal election. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – According to a new poll, Canadians have something in common: we aren’t big fans of the people running our provinces.

A recent poll from ‘Research-co’ suggests 52 per cent of Canadians think their province would be better off if someone else were in charge.

And if you live in Alberta or Ontario, you likely wish you had a different Premier.

In Ontario, 60 per cent of those polled think their province would be better off with someone else in charge and in Alberta that number is 57 per cent.

B.C. is near the bottom of the list at 42 per cent.

The study adds at the federal level, 50 per cent of Canadians think their province would be better off with a different Prime Minister.

And it appears there is still some appetite for separation as ‘Research-co’ says the sentiment has increased by 10-points in Alberta compared to a poll in July when asked the same question.