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RSR ROBBINS - US Prez Trump - 10% GDP, FAKE News, Marijuana, BC Prem Horgan, Christy, BC Hydro, ICBC, BC Justice, > civil servants,BC Libs, NDP, Green, Weaver, K Morgan,D Watts, Trudeau - Jagmeet
  Oct 13, 2017

Question #1
(Mostly-Positive or Mostly Negative Impression (PI/NI): BC Premier John Horgan.
Mostly Positive    46 %
Mostly Negative    36 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    51 %
Question #2
Former BC Premier Christy Clark
Mostly Positive    23 %
Mostly Negative    71 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    24 %
Question #3
BC Justice
Mostly Positive    32 %
Mostly Negative    62 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    33 %
Question #4
BC Hydro
Mostly Positive    24 %
Mostly Negative    72 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    24.5 %
Question #5
ICBC
Mostly Positive    28 %
Mostly Negative    64 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    29 %
Question #6
Hiring more government civil servants
Mostly Positive    34 %
Mostly Negative    62 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    34.5 %
Question #7
BC Liberal Party
Mostly Positive    32 %
Mostly Negative    63 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    33 %
Question #8
BC New Democrat Party
Mostly Positive    36 %
Mostly Negative    60 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    37 %
Question #9
BC Green Party
Mostly Positive    33 %
Mostly Negative    58 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    34.5 %
Question #10
Andrew Weaver, Leader BC Green
Mostly Positive    31 %
Mostly Negative    62 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    32 %
Question #11
Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion
Mostly Positive    35 %
Mostly Negative    62 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    36 %
Question #12
BC Health Care
Mostly Positive    43 %
Mostly Negative    49 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    45 %
Question #13
BC Liberal MLA”s of over 20 yrs. service each/Mike de Jong (Abbotsford) Rich Coleman (Langley)
Mostly Positive    18 %
Mostly Negative    72 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    21 %
Question #14
Federal Conservative MP and former 3 term Surrey mayor Dianne Watts as new BC Liberal leader
Mostly Positive    32 %
Mostly Negative    58 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    34 %
Question #15
BC Police
Mostly Positive    44 %
Mostly Negative    47 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    46 %
Question #16
Federal Liberal Leader & PM Justin Trudeau
Mostly Positive    23 %
Mostly Negative    62 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    25 %
Question #17
Federal Liberal Party of Canada
Mostly Positive    21 %
Mostly Negative    68 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    22.5 %
Question #18
Federal New Democratic Party
Mostly Positive    32 %
Mostly Negative    53 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    35 %
Question #19
New Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet “Jazz” Singh
Mostly Positive    33 %
Mostly Negative    48 %
Average Decided & Raw ‘Positive’    40 %
Question #20
Would you support suspending further work on BC Hydro’s Site C Dam in Northern BC dam?
Yes    62 %
No    32 %
Decided “Yes”    66 %
Question #21
Would you support allowing competition with ICBC for drivers’ basic insurance?
Yes    52 %
No    34 %
Decided “Yes”    60 %
Question #22
GDP or Gross Domestic Product means essentially all of the documented business of an entire region, country, province, state etc. Three per cent growth is considered 'pretty good'. Some optimists in financial sectors believe that U.S. President Trump Tax Reforms and other unique measures he is taking could cause U.S. GDP to reach the unheard of level of 10% growth in year 3 of this current term. In your opinion is this 10% level of growth achievable?
Yes    42 %
No    52 %
Decided “Yes”    45 %
Question #23
In your opinion does a strong U.S. economy normally influence Canada’s economy positively or negatively?
Positively    63 %
Negatively    27 %
Decided Positive    70 %
Question #24
If it were necessary for you to choose between declaring yourself either a capitalist or socialist, which are you ‘most’?
Capitalist    53 %
Socialist    26 %
Decided Capitalist    67 %
Question #25
How should taxes derived from the future legal sale of marijuana be distributed between senior levels of provincial and federal government?
Province (50%), Ottawa (50%)    44 %
Province (60%), Ottawa (40%)    30 %
Ottawa (60%), Provinces (40%)    12 %
Other proceeds split/Undecided    15 %
Decided equal or more marijuana tax to Province    85 %
Question #26
Doctors & Lawyers & Law Firms – many who source their earnings from government contract believe they should pay a lower tax rate than they currently do for the financial risks associated with being a small business. Do you agree?
Yes    36 %
No    51 %
Decided “Yes”    41 %
Question #27
Do you agree or disagree with this Statement? I believe U.S. President Trump is correct when he claims a lot of mainstream media reporting is Fake.
Agree    47 %
Disagree    25 %
Decided-Agree    65 %
Commentary
The percentages tell the story here for certain.
British Columbia Institutions like ICBC & BC Hydro - literally at or near no confidence levels.
Political parties from low mostly positive to very average mostly positive and high mostly negative.
BC Premier John Horgan has some political Viagra going for him - the public is going to let him rock' n' roll, like a President - though I would like to see him a little bit more. (I don't think Mikey is in the right ministry though).
BC Provinces should get about 55-59% of the marijuana proceeds - but manage administration therein.
Here are my five top winners:
1. Question #23 "In your opinion does a strong U.S. economy normally influence Canada's economy positively or negatively? - Decided Positive(70%), raw Positive (63%). Excellent Score.
2. Positive or Negative - BC Premier John Horgan - Average Positive (51%). Any BC politician that sees a percentage ascribed to the positive that has a 5 as the first number, AND has a second number of any sort - is way above average - and can dance like Bojangles. (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band).
3.Jagmeet Singh new leader of the Federal NDP -in a political cock fight he can give as good as he takes--great #'s to start where Fed NDP are never overwhelming.
4. Ten percent growth for U.S. President Trump. Wow.
5. Decided Capitalist at Decided(67%)--but Decided Socialist (33%) with raw Socialist - > 1 in 4.
This is an in depth - survey/poll of British Columbians' who we believe voted in the May 2017 British Columbia provincial general election. We are claiming accuracy at Range of Error Estimate of (2.5%) or less conducted Oct. 4-11,2017

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