Robbins SCE Research
Home| British Columbia Polls| Canada Polls| US & the World Polls| Contact| Register| Search| Donate
Can Chuck Cadman play at the top-on his own?
  Jul 12, 2004

This is a random telephone survey of 275 respondents who voted in the last federal election on June 28, 2004 in the federal riding of Surrey North, in Beautiful British Columbia. This survey was conducted July 8-12, 2004 and features an error rate of 4.45%, 18 times out of 20, @ 97% competency.

Question #1
For which federal political party did you vote in the June 28, 2004 general federal election?
Conservatives    12 %
Liberals    22 %
NDP    21 %
Independent Chuck Cadman    42 %
Other/Undecided    2 %
Question #2
For which federal political party did you vote in the June 28, 2004 general federal election?
The federal Conservative party for not ensuring proper due diligence on prospective candidates    24 %
East Indian Conservative candidate for vote stacking    33 %
Chuck Cadman for not having enough votes to win nomination    21 %
Question #3
In your opinion should independent MP Chuck Cadman sit in the House of Commons in Ottawa as a member of the Conservative Party of Canada?
Yes    32 %
No    54 %
Undecided    14 %
Commentary
Commentary-Respondents in Surrey North are divided as to why Chuck Cadman was forced to run as an independent and not as a Conservative. However, there is no majority of respondents in this federal riding willing to support his crossing over to that party. Although there is no federal Reform party, there is a provincial party, and respondents like the idea of Chuck Cadman becoming the Gilles Duceppe of federal politics in BC, and are mindful of what Mr. Cadman has brought to politics in the first place. A quest for equity in the justice system.

Home| British Columbia Polls| Canada Polls| US and the World Polls| Contact| Register| Search| Site Map
Copyright Robbins SCE Research Inc. ©2017