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New poll suggests John Horgan to retire with a majority approval rating

John Horgan is ending his political career with a majority approval rating, suggests a new poll.

According to a new poll by the Angus Reid institute shows John Horgan regained a majority approval rating of 51% up from a drop in June with 48% from the Royal BC Museum replacement project.

Premier John Horgan has spent 5 years in office and has rode a majority (50%+) approval rating for most of that time.

Approval was based on two approval and disapproval metrics. The survey found 17% of British Columbians Strongly Approved of Premier John Horgan and 34% Approve. While 24% disapprove, 20% strongly disapprove and 5% are not sure.

John Horgan holds a majority approval rating with 51% and 44% disapprove of him.

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Horgan had a high peak approval rating of 71% in March of 2020. Horgan’s lowest rating was in December of 2018 with a 43% rating

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