B.C. Premier Christy Clark (Reuters)The Vancouver Province interviewed B.C. Liberal campaign manager Mike McDonald over the weekend: McDonald, the newspaper noted, is "upbeat" and "confident" about their chances in the May 14th election.
I want to know what kind of Kool aid McDonald is drinking because there's not a lot of good news recently about the Christy Clark government.
On Monday, Angus Reid released a report suggesting that Clark has the lowest approval rating of all the premiers in the country — tied with Newfoundland and Labrador's Katy Dunderdale — at 25 per cent. That's down six percentage points from December 2012.
Couple that with her Liberal Party's 20 per cent deficit in the opinion polls, Clark's prospects of remaining as premier seem bleak.
Angus Reid's Mario Canseco says the biggest danger for Clark is that almost half of British Columbian voters see opposition leader Adrian Dix in a positive light.
"The Clark numbers may be particularly bad this time around because we were in field at the height ofRead More »from B.C. Premier Christy Clark has lowest approval rating in Canada ahead of May election