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RSR ROBBINS - Vancouver Mayor Poll - Is in the Building
  Jul 19, 2014

Question #1
Which leader and party do you support in Vancouver with a view to municipal elections next November 2014?
Gregor Robertson and Vision Vancouver    41.5 %
Kirk Lapointe and NPA    32 %
Tim Louis and COPE    22 %
Undecided    8 %
Question #2
Do you support or oppose pipeline expansion in British Columbia?
Support    26 %
Oppose    56 %
Question #3
In your opinion has Vancouver's designated bike lanes been a success?
Yes    29.5 %
No    44 %
Commentary
Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson and his Vision Vancouver Team lead the way in public support as we head toward the final turn and on to election date November 15, 2014. His lead over Kirk Lapointe and NPA is just under 10 percentage points. Tim Louis a designate leader for COPE is back of Kirk Lapointe's NPA, also by 10 per cent.
Gregor Robertsons's median support (42%) is slightly higher than his average support, while Kirk Lapointe's median is lower at (30%).
(77%) of GR and Vision Vancouver supporters are against pipeline expansion, while (21%) support it. KL and NPA support for pipeline expansion is (40%) while opposition is (45%). (62%) of COPE supporters are against pipeline expansion, while (28%) support it.
(52%) of GR and Vision supporters are of the opinion that Vancouver bike lanes have been successful, while (32%) say that have not been. Only (8%) of KL and NPA supporters are behind the bike lands while (70%) are not. (29%) of COPE supporters believe the bike lanes have been successful, while (44%) say that have not.
Methodology: This is an RSR random poll of 625 Vancouver City, British Columbia residents conducted July 15-18, 2014. The Margin of Error is 3.92%, 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confidence.

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