If Santa was dropping presents to Canadian premiers this month, Kathleen Wynne would perhaps be getting a lump of coal.
The Ontario premiere came in last in December’s Angus Reid poll rating the Canadian provincial leaders.
While she remains in last place, Wynne actually climbed from her lowest point earlier this year which was at 12% in March.
The poll states that after confirming plans to raise the minimum wage to $14 at the beginning of 2018, and again to $15 in 2019, Wynne saw a third consecutive quarterly rise, this time up 3 points to hold the approval of one-in-five Ontarians (20%).
Sadly, March wasn’t the only time she was in last position. Earlier this year, Wynne was also ranked last, with an approval rating of just 15%.
Wynne will be facing re-election in 2018, and maybe Santa will be nicer to her next year.