It seems Atlantic Canadians like what the Trudeau government is doing.
According to a poll released by Corporate Research Associates Inc, two thirds of Canadians are satisfied with the performance of the federal government.
This comes after Justin Trudeau's numbers had declined in the last two quarters.
In terms of leader preference, support for the Prime Minister is stable at 53 percent.
New Conservative leader Andrew Scheer has the same amount of support Rona Ambrose received at 16 percent.
NDP leader Thomas Mulcair has seen little change in his numbers as well, he stands at 10 percent.
Elizabeth May has gained two points in the polls with seven percent of respondents preferring her as leader.
The poll was taken between August 3 and September 6, with results accurate 95/100 times.