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Survey says Houston government satisfaction remains high

By Jakob Postlewaite Dec 1, 2022 | 2:39 PM

Premier Tim Houston. Photo: screengrab of Maritime Premiers

A recent survey by Narrative Research says Nova Scotians are still happy with the provincial government’s performance.

Of the 605 adult Nova Scotians surveyed, six in ten are satisfied with Premier Tim Houston’s government.

Four in ten decided voters would choose the PCs again if an election were held today, while a quarter would vote for either the Liberals or NDP.

Houston is still the top choice for premier according to the survey.

NDP Leader Claudia Chender is the preferred second choice over Liberal Leader Zach Churchill.

Narrative research says support for Houston is similar across the province, support for Chender is higher in the Halifax Regional Municipality.

They add while support for the NDP is at its highest in the Halifax area, it’s the lowest elsewhere in mainland Nova Scotia.



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