Majority of Sask. residents against federal NDP-Liberal agreement, while Canadians are split

Canadians are split on how they feel about the NDP-Liberal confidence-and-supply agreement.

New data from the Agnus Reid institute shows that 45 per cent of Canadians support the agreement, with 43 per cent opposed.

While Canadians are split, Saskatchewan residents aren’t. Sixty-two per cent of Saskatchewan residents polled oppose the agreement, with just 27 per cent approving the agreement.

The Land of the Living Skies is just one of three provinces where the majority of those polled were opposed to the agreement joining Alberta, where 58 per cent opposed compared to 30 per cent in favour of the agreement, and Manitoba, where 47 per cent were opposed compared to 41 per cent who approved of the agreement.

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