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Glen P. Robbins - RSR ROBBINS Survey 2015 Voters/Canada: Ldr/Party Support, National Holiday, National Ban on real estate buyers, New Trump Style Louis Riel Party, Immigrant and Statues
  Aug 24, 2018

Question #1
Question #1-(adjusted for baseline purposes). Who did you vote for in the last federal election 2015?
Justin Trudeau, Federal Liberal Party of Canada    39.5 %
Stephen Harper, Federal Conservative Party of Canada    31.7 %
Thomas Mulcair, Federal New Democratic Party of Canada    19.7 %
Gilles Duceppe, Bloc Quebecois Party    4.7 %
Elizabeth May, Green Party of Canada    3.4 %
Question #2
Question #2-From the following response choices offered which would you support if an Election were called in Canada today? (Net).
Justin Trudeau, Federal Liberal Party    31.4 %
Andrew, Scheer, Conservative Party    29.4 %
Jagmeet Singh, New Democratic Party    16.1 %
Elizabeth May, Green Party    4.0 %
Other Leader Party(s)    4.2 %
Undecided    14.9 %
Question #3
Question #3-From the following response choices offered which best describes the weight of your support for a new national holiday proposed by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau? (Adjusted).
The weight of my support for a new national holiday is strong    45 %
The weight of my support for a new national holiday is not strong    42 %
Undecided    3 %
Question #4
From the following limited response choices which one offers the best reason to have the national holiday?
Terry Fox, Simon Fraser University athlete who, after having a leg amputated for cancer, ran across Canada raising money for cancer research    47 %
Reconciliation for the taking of aboriginal children from parents and forcing them into residential schools a half century ago    38 %
Valentines Day    7 %
Undecided    8 %
Question #5
Question #5-Are you a fan of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Immigration Policy?
Yes    33 %
No    56 %
Undecided    12 %
Question #6
Question #6-British Columbia Member of the Legislative Assembly Andrew Weaver wants BC to ban all purchase of existing residential real estate any future residential real estate from non Canadians. Would you support such a ban on a national scale?
Yes    47 %
No    47 %
Undecided    6 %
Question #7
Would you be willing to seriously consider a Trump styled politician in Canada- not afraid to challenge institutions including government and courts and justice-The Louis Riel Party of Canada?
Yes    11 %
No    70 %
Undecided    19 %
Question #8
Adjusted for new Trump Style - Louis Riel Party of Canada – (Which leader and party do you currently support in Canada)? (Decided).
Justin Trudeau and Liberal Party    34 %
Andrew Scheer and Conservative Party    27 %
Jagmeet Singh and New Democratic Party    17 %
New ‘Trump Style’ Louis Riel Party ®    13 %
Elizabeth May and Green Party    5 %
Other Leader Party    3 %
Question #9
Should some statues and historical monuments relating to Canadian political history be taken down without public consultation?
Yes    24 %
No    67 %
Undecided    9 %
Commentary
Notes from Q#2:
PM Justin Trudeau and Liberal Party have less than (80%) of support from 2015 Voters, while Andrew Scheer has (92%) (Maxime Bernier’s announcement to quit Conservative Party and start his own Party occurred during the ‘polling’ period).
Jagmeet Singh (new leader) and his NDP Party have (82%) support of his party’s 2015 totals. Elizabeth May and Green Party are up (18%) (on a net basis). Other Leader/Party is (89%) of Gilles Duceppe, Bloc Quebecois Party.
JT and federal Liberals score cross country as follows: BC (24%), Alberta (19%), Saskatchewan (20%), Manitoba (36%), Ontario (36%), Quebec (29%), Atlantic Provinces (37%).
AS and federal Conservatives cross country as follows: BC (28%), Alberta (52%), Saskatchewan (54%), Manitoba (29%), Ontario (32%), Quebec (23%), Atlantic Provinces (30%).
JS and federal NDP: BC (27%), Alberta (10%), Saskatchewan (16%), Manitoba (22%), Ontario (17%), Quebec (13%), Atlantic Provinces (21%).
Undecided as follows: BC (12%), Alberta (10%), Saskatchewan (7%), Manitoba (9%), Ontario (14%), Quebec (21%), Atlantic Provinces (10%).
Q#3:
Weight of support for new national holiday by Leader and Party: JT/Liberal “Yes”: (56%), “No”: (31%); AS/Conservative “Yes”: (32%), “No”: (62%); JS/NDP “Yes”: (42%), “No”: (50%); EM/Green “Yes”: (58%), “No”: (37%); Other Party “Yes”: (48%), “No” (44%); Undecided “Yes”: (46%); “No”: (54%).
Q#4:
Of those 2015 Voters who support Terry Fox – national holiday (51%) are male while (49%) are female. Those who support the Reconciliation for taking of aboriginal children – (61%) are female while (38%) are male. However, supporters of Terry Fox as the symbol for a new national holiday only (36%) supported a new national holiday while (67%) of those Canadians supporting Reconciliation were putting their ‘weight’ behind a new holiday.
Q#5:
By Province: BC “Yes”: (36%), “No”: (54%); Alberta “Yes”: (28%), “No”: (70%); Saskatchewan “Yes”: (30%) “No”: (64%); Manitoba “Yes”: (41%), “No”: (44%); Ontario “Yes”: (37%), “No”: (53%); Quebec “Yes”: (32%), “No”: (61%); Atlantic Provinces “Yes”: (29%), “No”: (62%).
Q#6:
By Province: BC “Yes”: (52%), “No”: (36%); Alberta “Yes”: (45%), “No”: (31%); Saskatchewan “Yes” (45%), “No”: (50%); Manitoba “Yes”: (42%), “No”: (44%); Ontario “Yes”: (40%), “No”: (50%); Quebec “Yes”: (60%), “No”: (34%); Atlantic Provinces “Yes”: (50%), “No (45%).
Q#7:
By Leader/Party (Leader): JLT to Trump Style (.6% of 1% of total net from Q#1), ASC to Trump Style (18% of total net, JSNDP to Trump Style (6%), EMG to Trump Style (1%), Other (Leader &) Party (41%), Undecided (15%). (*Another (2%) is lost from National net totals for JT & Liberals as a consequence a majority of Undecided were JT Liberal Voters from 2015. Another (one half to 1%) nationally is lost to AS and Conservatives-Many Undecided from this Question – Undecided in Q#1.
Q#9:
By Province: BC “Yes”: (27%) “No”: (59%); Alberta “Yes”: (11%) “No”: (73%); Saskatchewan “Yes”: (5%) “No”: (82%); Manitoba “Yes”: (38%) “No”: (54%); Ontario “Yes”: (38%) “No”: (50%); Quebec “Yes”: (23%) “No”: (65%); Atlantic Provinces “Yes”: (9%) “No”: (71%).
Last 5 days: Margin of Error estimated to Survey (1.5%). 3,011 (Retail) $62.--per respondent (Canada)$180,000) (+).

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