ANGUS REID: Moe’s approval drops a whopping 7 points, largest decline among Premiers

SASKATOON - Today, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck responded to Angus Reid's latest study. The study shows that Premier Scott Moe dropped a whopping seven points, by far the largest decrease in approval ratings among Canadian Premiers.

“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 Beck. “Wherever I go, it’s clear folks are especially worried about healthcare and the cost of living. Scott Moe has had five years to get it done and he still hasn't delivered.”

According to Angus Reid, Moe’s approval rating has been on the decline since March. Though in the latest study, Moe recorded a significant decrease in popularity. For comparison, the second worst decline in approval ratings among Canadian Premiers was only a decrease of five points - two points ahead of Moe.

Premier Moe’s Approval 2023


Sept. 2023

June 2023

March 2023

Change from March (%)

Strongly Approve





Moderately Approve





Moderately Disapprove





Strongly Disapprove





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Explaining the large seven-point drop in Moe’s approval ratings, Angus Reid said that: “The rising cost of living remains a pressing concern in the province where the NDP swiped two seats in recent byelections while arguing that taxes and the cost of utilities have risen under recent Saskatchewan Party governments.”


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