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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics April 6, 2011
  Apr 06, 2011

Question #1
Which provincial political party in BC do you currently support? (not rotated)- (amounts for party to 100% exclusive of Undecided)
BC Conservative Party    12.24 %
BC Liberal Party    33.18 %
BC NDP Party    40.74 %
BC Green Party    8.77 %
BC First Party    5.16 %
Undecided    6 %
Question #2
Do you the support the purchase of F-35 fighter Jets by Stephen Harper’s Conservative government at a cost of 29-40 billion dollars? (Rounded to nearest Whole Number)
Yes    30 %
No    70 %
Question #3
Do you support BC Medical Services funding any and all women’s abortions on demand?
Yes    69 %
No    31 %
Question #4
Which do you support?
Keeping the HST (Harmonized Sales Tax)    20 %
Going back to the PST (Provincial Sales Tax)    80 %
Undecided    5 %
Question #5
Two young adult men were recently convicted in the planning, rape, torture and murder of a young women in B.C. Which of the following penalties is most appropriate in your opinion?
Life in prison with no chance for parole for ten years    68 %
Execution    32 %
Commentary
The BC Conservative Party is on its way - former federal Conservative MP John Cummins who says what he means - and means what he says- is growing support in all areas of the province, - and he hasn’t been elected leader yet. BC Conservatives are (14%) in the North and Interior of BC, (17%) in the Fraser Valley, (10%) in the Lower Mainland of the province, and (9%) on Vancouver Island.
BC Liberal leader and Premier of BC Christy Clark is up against it - but pressing on with her “Actions speak louder than Words” redemption political tour. BC Liberals is (41%) in North and Interior of the Province, (36%) in the Fraser Valley, (35%) in the Lower Mainland of the province, and (28%) on Vancouver Island.
The BC New Democrats will determine a new leader shortly - and continue to lead all other parties in voter support. The New Democrats raise (33%) support in the North and Interior, (30%) in the Fraser Valley, (43%) in the Lower Mainland of the province, and (50%) on Vancouver Island.
BC Green support is (7%) in the North and Interior of BC, (4%) in the Fraser Valley, (9%) in the Lower Mainland of the province, and (11%) on Vancouver Island.
The new BC First Party has yet to have its first AGM yet - but we list it as a response option because of Chris Delaney (particularly) - scoring (5%) in the North and Interior of BC, (13%) in the Fraser Valley, (3%) in the Lower Mainland of the Province, and (2%) on Vancouver Island.
There is conflicting information on the actual cost of these Jets as reflected in the question. Also, there is some doubt as the efficacy of the purchase -- by the Conservative government under Stephen Harper, a move sharply criticized by federal Opposition leader Michael Ignatieff. Support for the F-35 purchase is highest in the North and Interior at 33%, and lowest on Vancouver Island (27%).
This question is obviously loaded and blunt. Most respondents answered anyhow. Clearly, British Columbians support the medical system funding “any and all” abortions - but there is a definitive constituency - supported to varying degrees by members of ALL political parties who respond “No”. Respondents who answered “No” to this question were split on the purchase of F-35’s and represented the majority of respondents who felt execution of the two criminal sociopaths is appropriate.
The HST is toast.
One can only hope and pray - that some citizen - in the capacity to do so - snuffs these two pieces of garbage-- who think that the murder of this innocent young women is humorous.
A targeted sample of 525 BC “Voters” April 5th and 6th 2011. Numbers of respondents and percentage outcomes reflect approximate correlation to population in regions described. The Margin of Error is 4.28%, 19 times out of 20 @95% confidence. No sponsor is declared.

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