Wynne hits new ratings low, poll finds

Her approval rating, once as high as 40%, now sits at 18%. It’s the lowest Forum has ever measured for an Ontario Liberal premier since it began polling in 2001.

In fact, if a provincial election was held tomorrow, Patrick Brown’s Progressive Conservative Party would capture a minority government, according to a the survey.

That last sentence is just dreaming in technicolor, we are slaves in Ontario.

h/t RM

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  • simus1

    Mr Carbon could easily win a majority if his minders could come up with a plausible reason to keep him locked up in some soundproof basement for the duration of the campaign.

  • Justin St.Denis

    Why would Wynne worry about homophobes? She is not a gay male. She is a lesbian. Lesbians are not “gay”, they are deranged.

    • ontario john

      We need the Christian Heritage Party in power.

      • Canadian Born

        I agree but how do we go about getting them in?

  • ontario john

    Yes, elect Brown and get the same Wynne policies.

    • k2

      Exactly. What are the differences in their policies? There must be at least a few, but I’m not aware of any. Presumably, the PCs would be a little less sleazy and unethical, but even that is debateable. Personally I think the Libs will be in office at least 10-20 years more anyway since, as BCF says, too big a percentage of the population is bought and paid for (and this percentage is probably rising, given the continued flood of … immigrants).

  • ontario john

    Good News! The National Post is reporting that Wynne only spent $20,000,000.00 on her now defunct pension plan. That’s peanuts here in Sunny Ways Ontario.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    I never thought that she’d be the best man for the job.

  • Yet people would still vote for her.

    You can’t save people from themselves.

    • Clausewitz

      As long as people feel that their vote can be bought through their own tax dollars, they will continue to re elect these criminals.

      • Exactly.

        This is why I will feel enormous amounts of schadenfreude when Liberals voters tell their children that there will be no Christmas this year.