Here's the fun, easier-to-read list I made up in Excel:
Behind Michael on the non-government side, Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath comes up with a 17-point spread, with 49% approval. Following just behind is Alberta's Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith with a 16-point spread, then Nova Scotia Liberal Leader Stephen McNeil. Special mention goes to BC NDP Leader/next Premier Adrian Dix, who only has a 9-point spread but has 49% approval.
On the other end of the spectrum, Newfoundland's Premier Kathy Dunderdale has a spread of 48-points between her approval and disapproval, with a near three-quarters of respondents saying they disapproved of the way the Tory leader was doing her job. That is closely followed by BC's Christy Clark, who has a 42-point spread, then Alberta's Alison Redford at a 37-point spread. It seems every Premier except Wall has fallen out of favour with the respondents to this poll; Wynne has the closest spread, but New Brunswick's David Alward come sup with the largest approval at 41% (to 50% disapproval).
On the Opposition leader side, *former* Québec solidaire spokesperson Amir Khadir (still one of their two MNAs) tops the unpopularity list with a spread of 31-points, 59% disapproval overall. But, I don't think he really counts as he lost his job awhile go (same with PLQ leader Jean-Marc Fournier). Take him out, BC Conservative leader John Cummins becomes the worst with a 29-point spread, or 49% disapproval. Runner-up is Ontario's very own Tim Hudak, with a 17-point spread between his approval/disapproval numbers, with 50% disapproval overall.
Basically, the narrative this year is that the incumbents are in trouble. The two provinces we know will go to an election - BC and NS - have hilariously unpopular Premiers. The two provinces that may go this year - ON and QC - are more of a mixed bag, with Wynne kind of breaking even and Marois also very unpopular. It'll be interesting to see how it all plays out.