A new study has revealed which of the Canadian provinces are the worst-voted when it comes to dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Narrative Research surveyed 1,233 Canadians to get their say on how Canada performs in terms of handling the pandemic response.

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Results once again reflect the provinces that have been most dramatically impacted by the virus. Narrative Research

The study found that Quebec and Ontario fared the worst at managing the virus in all of Canada. However, it notes that the results reflect the provinces that have been "dramatically impacted by the virus."

"One-third of Canadians named Quebec as worst managing the pandemic, while one-quarter (24%) named Ontario," the report read.

Interestingly, Canadians living outside of Ontario and Quebec were most likely to name their province or region as the best at dealing with the pandemic.

Meanwhile, Ontario and Quebec residents were more likely to be uncertain of which province performed best.

The Atlantic regions of Canada came out on top with 24% of Canadians saying they handled the pandemic the best. B.C came in second place.