B.C. NDP has five-percentage point lead over B.C. Liberals in new Insights West poll

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      There's mixed but still mostly good news for B.C. New Democrats in the latest survey by a B.C.-based pollster.

      Insights West has found that when it comes to voting intentions, the NDP has the support of 37 percent of decided voters.

      The B.C. Liberals are in second place at 32 percent, with the B.C. Greens in third with 17 percent.

      The B.C. Conservatives have the support of 12 percent of decided voters, up four percent from six months earlier.

      Premier John Horgan's personal-approval rating dipped by six percentage points over the past six months. 

      It's now at 47 pecent, which is still significantly higher than B.C. Green Leader Andrew Weaver (37 percent) and B.C. Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson (24 percent).

      Horgan's disapproval rating is 40 percent.

      For more information about the poll, visit the Insights West website.