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Some slightly better polling numbers for the BC Liberals, for a change.
They have gone up three points in the latest Angus Reid poll, but still trail the NDP by a wide margin.
It's the first time Christy Clark's crew has gone up since January.
The NDP lead with 46 per-cent support among decided voters, down three points.
The Liberals are up three to 25, while the BC Conservatives are unchanged at 19 percent.
On approval rating, NDP leader Adrian Dix leads Clark by 17 points and on who would make the best premier, Dix leads Clark by 13 points.