According to a new poll by the Angus Reid Institute, Quebec Premier François Legault has the highest approval rating of any Canadian premier.\nAt 66% approval, Legault is miles ahead of Ontario premier Doug Ford, whose approval rating has cratered to 35% in the past few months. \nEditor's Choice: Brave Poopers Only: This Quebec Home For Sale Has No Walls Around The Bathroom (PHOTOS)\n\nOur quarterly Premier Approval ratings are out! Troubled times for three, majority approval for most:https://t.co/nlFZU30qJM pic.twitter.com/8RVKPtxRjW— Angus Reid Institute (@angusreidorg) June 10, 2021\n\nWith such a high approval rating, it's no surprise that Legault's CAQ party is also the most beloved in Quebec, with support from 41% of voters surveyed. \nThe poll claims that "the CAQ’s strength, from the perspective of Quebecers, is in its handling of COVID-19 and economic issues," with 74% and 61% approval ratings, respectively.\nAs for the other premiers, only British Columbia's John Horgan, Newfoundland and Labrador's Andrew Furey, and Saskatchewan's Scott Moe have an approval rating of over 60%. \nThe premiers with the worst approval ratings are the aforementioned Doug Ford, Manitoba's Brian Pallister (33%), and Alberta's Jason Kenney (31%).