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RSR ROBBINS - Glen P. Robbins Poll of Albertans - Prov Leader & Party, Calgary Olympic Bid, Who to blame for Trans Mountain - BC Aboriginal buy whole Trans Mountain - problem solved?
Blinded by Rainbows - Rolling Stones  Sep 13, 2018

Question #1
Which Alberta Leader and Party would you support if a provincial election were held today?
Jason Kenney, United Conservative Party    46 %
Rachel Notley, New Democrat Party    37 %
David Khan, Liberal Party    12 %
(Undecided/All Other)    5 %
Question #2
Do you support Calgary's Olympic Bid plans?
Yes    52 %
No    43 %
(Undecided/All Other)    3 %
Question #3
The Federal Court of Appeal (Canada) recently quashed National Energy Board of Calgary, Alberta's approval of Trans Mountain pipeline. In you opinion who or what is to blame (if any) for this apparent reversal of fortune for Alberta's oil industry?
BC NDP Premier John Horgan    21 %
Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is to blame    17 %
(Former) Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper is to blame    13 %
The National Energy Board in Calgary is to blame    13 %
Alberta NDP Premier Rachel Notley is to blame    12 %
BC Aboriginals and Environmentalists are to blame    11 %
No one is to blame    8 %
The Federal Court of Canada is to blame    6 %
Question #4
Both a provincial and federal election are coming in 2019. Alberta and Canada are reputed to have the most diverse government as reflected in elected officials. Are you proud of Alberta and Canada's diversity?
Yes    82 %
No    14 %
(Undecided/All Other)    4 %
Question #5
Rumours are swirling that British Columbia Aboriginal groups are set to offer the Federal Government $15 Billion for all of the Trans Mountain 'deal' on the basis that the offer include all aspects of shipping of oil including ships and all other assets. Would you support an all BC Aboriginal purchase of all the assets associated with the Trans Mountain pipeline including the $5 Billion already paid?
Yes    60 %
No    17 %
(Undecided/All Other)    23 %
Rachel Notley is in better political shape than most pundits suggest. I say she is in the contest for government upcoming. I am not sure why so many respondents are hiding in the provincial Liberal camp - (12%) instead of [4%] obtained in 2015 provincial election.
Calgary's Olympic Bid passes 1st smell test - but getting it approved will take some doing. Conservatives like it more than New Democrats.
Rachel looks the Conservative on the Calgary Bid.
Albertans' are proud of diversity but want to get some action kicked into gear. Albertans are patient but not happy about Trans Mountain.
More difficult to reconcile expensive Olympic Bid with role of victim over Trans Mountain.
Albertans' are used to having lots of money - a reputation of a little selfish is sneaking up on the province from other Canadians.
The Federal Court of Appeal really reset the Trans Mountain situation with a little balance. The Court's decision is not seriously challenged by Albertans.
Albertans' appear to be willing to do business with an all British Columbia Aboriginal consortium set to purchase all assets of Trans Mountain including shipping for $15 Billion.
This all BC Aboriginal offer of $15 Billion could solve everyone's problem - healing dragging by BC Aboriginals and BC Government under such a proposal would ignite (a currently) docile population.
I would have a deal in principle with BC Government following the BC Aboriginal offer - as many persons sympathetic to that cause see this deal as close to win win as reasonable ordinary people can get.
Margin of Error Estimate for this RSR ROBBINS Survey/Poll Hybrid - Glen P. Robbins poll is (3.5%).

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