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Rachel Notley has a bad approval rating of around 37% in Alberta right now, with one more mistake her approval rating should go down to around 18%, just like Alison Redford.
What would you do if your approval rating would go down 18%? You would probably step down because of the shame that’s building up inside you.
Here’s what Sheila Gunn Reid from therebel.media reported:
When Alison Redford took power, she had a 55% approval rating. Rachel Notley, in June 2015, had a 53% approval. Close enough. Alison Redford saw a steady decline, the same decline Rachel Notley has been on for over a year.
By January 2014, Alison Redford’s approval plummeted to 35%. Three months later, after yet another spending scandal, Redford’s approval rating was a rock bottom 18%. She then resigned in well deserved shame.
What’s my point? At 37%, Rachel Notley is really just one good scandal away from Alison Redford territory. Now, I don’t think Notley would do the right thing and resign like big Red because I don’t think she is as ethical as Redford. I know, that’s not saying much.
It’s not a matter of ‘if’ it’s a matter of ‘when’ She will step down, Albertans are finally coming to their senses and waking up from a dream they are having, I’m talking the Albertans that supported Notley at election time.