Scott Moe’s approval rating is down by seven per cent compared to June, but the Saskatchewan premier still has the highest approval rating of nine Canadian Premiers.
Moe slipped to 50 per cent approval this month, his lowest since December 2021 when he had 45 per cent.
He is currently tied at the top with Nova Scotia’s Tim Houston.
“People are growing sick and tired of divisive politics. They just want a Premier that will get the basics right and fix what needs to be fixed,” said NDP leader Carla Beck in a media release relating to Moe’s drop in popularity.
She said Moe has had five years and still hasn’t delivered.
The lowest premiers on the poll were New Brunswick’s Blaine Higgs (30 per cent), Ontario’s Rob Ford (28) and Manitoba’s Heather Stefanson (28).
Saskatchewan had 329 residents polled, with a margin of error at plus or minus 5 per cent.