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Road Safety
  Feb 03, 2004

A random survey of 550 British Columbians between February 1 and 04, 2004. This survey features a margin of error of 4.25%, 18 times out of 20, at 97% competency.

Question #1
In your opinion are BCs roads safe to drive?
Yes    38 %
No    62 %
Question #2
Which of the following two tragic scenarios is most likely to happen to a British Columbia on our roads
driving in an automobile and being hit by another automobile driven at an excessive rate of speed    82 %
driving in an automobile and being hit by another automobile whose operator is drunk or on drugs    18 %
Commentary
Fewer British Columbians believe they are safe traveling on roads and highways. Respondents who view roads as unsafe is on the increase in the province since 2002. British Columbians fears speeding drivers more than they do drunk drivers.

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