Fewer Canadians are satisfied with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s performance and the Conservatives are holding onto second place behind the Liberals, a new Leger web poll indicates. The latest Leger poll revealed that Canadians remain divided over the performance of the Trudeau government. 46% of Canadians responded that they were either satisfied or very satisfied with the Liberal government, while 49% indicated they were either dissatisfied or very dissatisfied. Voters were also asked: “If federal elections were held today, for which political party would you be most likely to vote?” 36% of people polled indicated that they would cast their ballots for the Liberals, while 29% of respondents indicated that they would be voting for the Conservatives. This would give the Liberals at a 7 point advantage over the Conservatives. Although the Liberals have seen a 2% increase in their support since the last time Leger published a poll in mid-July, other pollsters have yet to corroborate such gains. Additionally, the NDP also saw a small drop in support with only 20% of those polled indicating that they would vote for the party.