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Premier Doug Ford speaks during the daily COVID-19 news conference at Queen's Park in Toronto on May 5, 2020. Photo by STEVE RUSSELL/TORONTO STAR

Canadians are rallying behind their political leaders during the pandemic, a new poll suggests.

The Campaign Research survey for the Star found approval ratings for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Quebec Premier François Legault, and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe have soared amid the COVID-19 crisis.

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Three-quarters of Canadians are “voluntarily self-isolating at home” due to the COVID-19 pandemic and a staggering 96 per cent believe physical distancing can slow the rate of infections, a new poll has found.

The Campaign Research study provided to the Star also suggested Canadians remain more worried about the economic impact of the virus than its health effects.

Richard Ciano, a principal of Campaign Research, said the poll indicates that people are seized by the issue and are paying attention to governments’ calls to stay home to stop the spread.

“The message appears to be getting through,” Ciano said Thursday.

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