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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics October 26, 2012
  Oct 26, 2012

Question #1
Do your currently support the re-election of Christy Clark and her BC Liberal Team for a 4th term next spring?
Yes    9 %
No    88 %
Question #2
Do you support the construction of a pipeline from Edmonton Alberta to BC’s coast to transport crude oil to be shipped by tanker down the coast to China?
Yes    8 %
No    92 %
Question #3
Do you support the tripling of capacity of oil company Kinder Morgan’ oil pipelines to the lower mainland of the province including the tripling of shipments by tanker of this oil through Burrard Inlet to consumers abroad?
Yes    6 %
No    92 %
Question #4
Alberta premier Alison Redford suggested in a CBC news interview with journalist Peter Mansbridge that oil shipments down BC’s coastline are not the business of British Columbians because the coastline is the jurisdiction of Canada and not B.C. Do you support this position of the Alberta premier?
Yes    15 %
No    77 %
Question #5
Do you consider yourself to be a strong federalist?
Yes    18 %
No    80 %
Question #6
In your opinion could government be considered to be a type of bully?
Yes    82.5 %
No    11.5 %
Question #7
In your opinion could government be considered to be a type of bully?
Yes    82.5 %
Commentary
BC’s Women are saying “No” and they are screaming it out – loud and clear. BC’s Women are saying NO to Christy Clark, they don’t like her for Premier, don’t want her to be Premier, and by the sounds of anecdote – there is nothing that will change their mind.
BC’s Women don’t want Alberta crude oil, don’t want pipelines on the north coast or on the lower mainland, or “anywhere else” – and want Alison Redford to “take Alberta’s oil and shove it.”
BC’s Women are not strong federalists – with some declaring that the present federal government is a major contributor to this sentiment.
BC’s Women see government as a type of bully.
BC’s Women want politicians to “cut the baloney and do something” – with that ‘something’ apparently not including: Christy Clark, Alberta oil, pipelines, tankers, Enbridge, Kinder Morgan, Alison Redford, federalism, or the biggest bully on the block – Government.
A random telephone sample of 511 BC women October 23-25, 2012 - who are “of voting age” and reside in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. This ROBBINS poll features a Margin of Error (M.O.E.) of 4.33%, 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confidence based on statistical outcomes for this sample size. Given the break down of responses and the obvious one sidedness of the outcomes ROBBINS estimates that the realistic Margin of Error is closer to 2.2% based on the probability of difference between high % and low % being statistically determined as 64.9% to 65.1% higher for “No” and “Yes” response where applicable.

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