Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall continues to be the most popular provincial head of government in this country, while Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Kathy Dunderdale languishes at the bottom of the pack, according to a survey released Monday.
Just 20% of respondents to the Angus Reid poll approve of Dunderdale's performance.
Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger, New Brunswick Premier David Alward and Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter didn't do much better, with 25% approval, 27% and 28%, respectively.
Following Wall, who has topped the list all year, is B.C.'s Christy Clark with 44% approval from respondents.
Amid the Lac-Megantic train disaster and a controversial values charter, Quebec Premier Pauline Marois' popularity has grown from 27% in June to 39%.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne also has 39% approval, but that's down four points over the same period, while Alberta's Alison Redford gained five points to 34%.
The online survey of 6,559 Canadian adults in nine provinces was conducted Sept. 5-13 and has a margin of error of 1.2 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.