Many pollsters ask respondents whom they would vote for if an election were held today.
But only Abacus Data queries which leader they would want babysitting their kids, choosing the best movie to watch, or cooking the best meal.
On all these fronts Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is far ahead of Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh.
The poll showed that 62 percent would prefer Trudeau babysitting their kids; only 27 percent named Scheer and 11 percent named Singh.
When it came to choosing who would cook the best meal, Trudeau was again far ahead at 49 percent, compared to 28 percent for Singh and 23 percent for Scheer.
Trudeau was favoured by 55 percent to choose the best movie, compared to 29 percent for Scheer and 25 percent for Singh. The results were almost identical when it came to which leader the respondents would prefer to have over for dinner.
The leader of the Green Party of Canada, Elizabeth May, was not included in the survey.
This isn't the first time that Abacus Data has dissed May in one of its polls by not giving her equal treatment with other leaders.
This has occurred even though May has a seat in Parliament and Singh remains on the sidelines.
"As voters think about their choices in an election the personalities of the leaders often carry disproportionate weight," Abacus Data chairman Bruce Anderson said on the company's website. "These results show that while dissatisfaction is up with the Trudeau government on issues like climate, TMX pipeline, deficits, and immigration—Mr. Trudeau continues to be seen in a positive light personally by many people."More