A new poll has stated that the public is fully supporting Newfoundland and Labrador's governing Progressive Conservatives.
Corporate Research Associates had released the poll results on Tuesday and it was found if an election was conducted now then that 80 per cent of decided voters would pick a PC candidate. That is up from 77 per cent from the last polling period, in February.
It was also found in the poll that about 93 per cent people were content with the government.
President Don Mills said, "Overall satisfaction with the performance of the PC government is the highest level ever recorded in Atlantic Canada in more than 20 years of tracking by CRA."
Liberals will be backed by about 15 per cent of decided voters and the New Democrats will get support from about five per cent.
Williams ranked highest in terms of voter support among the leaders, Liberal Leader Yvonne Jones got eight per cent, and five per cent went to NDP Leader Lorraine Michael.
A provincial election is scheduled for the fall of 2011.
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