According to pollster Angus Reid, the Prime Minister’s recent announcement on revenues from the carbon tax being returned to households may have tipped the public opinion balance in his favour. Over the past two years, support for the tax has dropped from 56 per cent in April of 2015 to 45 per cent in July of this year. But, the latest study from Angus Reid shows 54 per cent are now on Trudeau’s side. The largest increase in support was in Saskatchewan, up 18 per cent. At the same time, 55 per cent say they think that ultimately, provinces should have the final say. Mind you, that’s down from 64 per cent in July. Among the 46 per cent who oppose the plan, two-thirds say they oppose it because it’s a tax grab. Sixty per cent of Canadians don’t trust the information about climate change from their provincial government.