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3rd Quarter Mega Poll
  Aug 31, 2003

Coquitlam, B.C. -A random survey of 4,125 British Columbians between July 26 and August 30, 2003 shows that more than half of the respondents are of the opinion that neither the BC Liberals nor the NDP party have earned their vote or represent their principles and values.

Survey Question #1
For which political party did you vote in the last provincial election?
BC Liberal    56 %
NDP    23 %
Other    21 %
Survey Question #2
If an election were held tomorrow have Gordon Campbell and The BC Liberals earned your vote?
Yes    23 %
No    69 %
Donít know    8 %
Survey Question #3
If an election were held tomorrow has the NDP Party in your opinion earned your vote?
Yes    24 %
No    62 %
Donít know    14 %
Survey Question #4
Which of the following BC political parties BEST reflects your personal values and principles?
NDP    29 %
Liberals    27 %
Reform    22 %
Green    16 %
Socred    03 %
Unity    02 %
Commentary
In the 1996 and 2001 provincial elections the NDP and BC Liberals combined, received approximately 80% of the publicís vote. They have since lost almost one-third of that support.
Clearly, there is residual mistrust of the NDP and predominant mistrust of the current BC Liberal government. The establishment parties are clearly no longer dominating the political environment in BC. It may be reasonable to speculate that in the volatile British Columbia political climate the Green and Reform parties could quickly rise to dominance.
All respondents were first qualified to determine if they voted in the May 2001 BC Provincial Election. The responses to the questions are tallied and presented on an as is basis. This survey reflects an accuracy level of plus or minus 2.0% 19.5 times out of 20 at 98.% competency.

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