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Glen P. Robbins - RSR ROBBINS - Canadian Referendum on United States, Mexico, Canada Agreement - on U.S. President Donald Trump addressing Parliament
Bad Company - Bad Company  May 20, 2019

Question #1
Do you support the USMCA agreement (former North American Free Trade Agreement) between the United States, Mexico & Canada, including the recent mutual removal of Tariffs between the United States and Canada?
Yes    66.07 %
No    29.17 %
Question #2
Following ratification of the USMCA in the House of Commons would you support U.S. President Donald Trump addressing Canada’s Parliament?
Yes    64.15 %
No    34.20 %
Commentary
Question 1
“Yes” (Highest to Lowest with population power): (1) Ontario (14 million) (76%), (2) New Brunswick (8/10th’s of 1 million) (74%), (3) Nova Scotia (1.1 million) (64%), (4) Manitoba (1.3 million) (62%), (5) Alberta (4.3 million)(61%), (6) Quebec (8.4 million) (58%), (7) British Columbia (5 million) (58%), (8) Newfoundland and Labrador (.5 of 1 million) (57%), (9) Saskatchewan (1.1 million) (55%).
*PEI not included but pop factored in at 50%.
“No” (Highest to Lowest): (1) British Columbia (37%), (2) Newfoundland & Labrador (37%), (3) Quebec (36%), (4) Manitoba (33%), (5) Nova Scotia (32%), (6) Saskatchewan (29%), (7) New Brunswick (22%), (8) Ontario (21%), (9) Alberta (17%).
Question #5 in my/our recent State of Florida – where RSR ROBBINS PROJECTED U.S. President winner in 2020 – the following question was asked of Floridians: Should the Democrat House majority pass into law the U.S.-Mexico-Canada agreement? Respondents “Yes” 72.8%, “No”-23.67%.
Canada’s population is just over 37 million, while Florida is estimated at 21.5 million or [57.47%]Florida population to Canada (also see Supreme Court of Canada Beals v Saldanha (Case number 28829) [2003],(International Case Law where Supreme Court of Canada approves Florida Judgment at 52 times original order – as reasonable to Canadians and in public interest).
As between Canada and Florida combined (estimated 58.5 million) about 41 million persons support the USMCA deal. This number of people is (11%) higher than the entire Canadian population certain grounds for ratification – as a clear majority of Canadians want the USMCA Agreement ratified by Parliament (70%) higher than the percentage of Canadian Voters required to produce a majority in Parliament.
Question 2
“Yes” Highest to Lowest: (1) New Brunswick (79%), (2) Ontario (67%), (3) Nova Scotia (64%), (4) Saskatchewan (62%), (5) Alberta (60%), (6) Manitoba (60%), (7) Newfoundland & Labrador (58%), (8) Quebec (56%), (9) British Columbia (51%).
“No” Highest to Lowest: (1) British Columbia (46%), (2) Quebec (42%), (3) Newfoundland & Labrador (39%), (4) Alberta (35%), (5) Manitoba (35%), (6) Nova Scotia (33%), (7) Saskatchewan (31%), (8) Ontario (29%), (9) New Brunswick (21%).
The percentage of Canadians in support of U.S. President Donald Trump addressing Parliament following ratification of the USMCA deal is slightly less than the percentage supporting the deal (2.99%), while the percentage against Trump speaking is modestly higher than those opposed to the deal (17%).
Margin of Error (2.25%) - Recent
GPR

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