A new study done for Le Devoir shows Quebec's favourite and least favourite politicians across the country.\nThe numbers show Quebec Premier François Legault is the province's favourite, with Mayor Valérie Plante also scoring high.\nAlso noted in the survey is that Quebecers don't really know most of their politicians.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nQuebec's Premier François Legault is the province's favourite politician, according to a Groupe Léger survey conducted for Le Devoir. The leader of the CAQ polled at an unprecedented 63% approval rating compared to other politicians across the country. Mayor of Quebec City, Régis Labeaume, and Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante round out the top three, trailing Legault at 55% and 50% approval, respectively.\nPrime Minister Justin Trudeau on the other hand, only has an approval rating of 43%. The Prime Minister is one of the top three least favourite politicians in Quebec, in fact, trailing former Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer (64% unfavourable) and Quebec Liberal MNA Gaétan Barrette (63%).\nOne of the surprise results of this survey is that NDP leader Jagmeet Singh was on par with Mayor Plante at 50% approval and only 21% unfavourable.\nThe survey was conducted amongst 1,010 Quebecers between December 13 and December 16. Le Devoir admits that while those politicians who polled favourably can be optimistic about the present, a survey of this kind isn't a barometer of future success.\nWhen a similar survey was conducted for Le Devoir in 2015, former Montreal mayor Denis Coderre and former NDP leader Thomas Mulcair polled at over 60% approval and few negative opinions. Both were ousted from their positions shortly after that survey.\nSince Legault's return to politics, he's enjoyed high favourability from the public. Even more surprising is how well he's sustained his public popularity.\nChristian Bourque, vice-president at Léger, notes that Quebec's premiers often have a negative opinion but Legault is a unique case who has escaped overall public scrutiny for his entire tenure as Premier.\nJ’ai passé un beau moment cet après-midi avec des enfants de l’école Sir Rodolphe-Forget, qui participaient à un réveillon organisé par la députée @Milie_Foster ! Puisqu’ils ont été sages toute l’année, j’ai eu le bonheur de leur distribuer des cadeaux avec... le vrai père Noël ! pic.twitter.com/VGER9GoVX3— François Legault (@francoislegault) December 19, 2019\nTranslation: I had a great time this afternoon with children from Sir Rodolphe-Forget school, who were participating in a Christmas Eve organized by MP @Milie_Foster! Since they were nice all year, I had the pleasure of distributing gifts to them with ... the real Santa Claus!\nREAD ALSO: Many Montreal ERs Are Over Capacity & Some Patients Have Been On Stretchers For 48 Hours\nOther politicians that are held in high esteem in the eyes of the Quebec public include CAQ Minister Marguerite Blais (49% approval) and Quebec Solidaire co-spokesperson Manon Massé (46% approval).\nPolytechnique, je me souviens.Mon discours: https://t.co/cT0kZReSPH pic.twitter.com/us6pbovvDt— Manon Massé (@ManonMasse_Qs) December 6, 2019\nMassé's colleagues, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois and Catherine Dorion don't benefit from her high approval ratings, at 38% and 34% disapproval respectively.\nThe survey revealed a troubling consistency that Quebecers know very little about their politicians overall. Out of the 65 politicians on the survey, less than a third were known by the respondents.\nMinister Simon Jolin-Barrette, arguably the CAQ's most prolific MNA, thanks to his role in Bill 21, was unknown by 48% of Quebecers. Geneviève Guilbault, Deputy Premier of Quebec, was unknown of over 60% of respondents.\nCe fut un plaisir de donner le coup d’envoi à la Semaine québécoise des relations interculturelles aujourd’hui. La SQRI représente une occasion privilégiée pour rencontrer de nouvelles personnes, échanger et créer de nouveaux liens. #PolQc pic.twitter.com/4LsDCjvPn7— Simon Jolin-Barrette (@SJB_CAQ) November 19, 2019\nTranslation: It was a pleasure to kick off the Semaine québécoise des relations interculturelles today. The SQRI represents a privileged opportunity to meet new people, exchange ideas and create new networks.\nThe vice-president of Léger notes that for the most part, Quebecers are unaware of who the politicians in office are.\nI look forward to working with your entire team to advance priority issues for Montréal, including sustainable mobility, housing, ecological transition and culture. (2/2) #polmtl #polcan pic.twitter.com/6JnWJQwmwb— Valérie Plante (@Val_Plante) November 20, 2019\nWho's your favourite Quebec politician?