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RSR ROBBINS - Vancouver Mayors poll - Robertson, Lapointe, Wong - 1 week to go - read all about it!  Nov 10, 2014
In an RSR ROBBINS test poll we discovered in July 2014 (41.5%-) support for Gregor Robertson, (31%) for Kirk Lapointe and (22%) for Tim Louis and COPE with (8%) undecided...
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John Horgan/NDP, Christy Clark/BC Liberals, Adam Olsen/BC Greens, Dan Brooks/BC Conservatives, Stephen Harper, Justin Trudeau, Christmas/Remembrance Day- ISIS, RCMP, Canada's Bikers. RSR ROBBINS October 2014 Survey.  Oct 29, 2014
John Horgan and BC New Democrats have nearly double the current support of Christy Clark and BC Liberals. Mr. Horgan's party has support throughout BC as follows (calculated to decided amount): Vancouver Island (46%), Vanco...
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RSR ROBBINS puts British Columbia polls and surveys - Library up for sale $2.8 million - see Kellie K Robbins  Oct 26, 2014
British Columbia polls library features an estimated 740 polls and survey, and nearly one million respondents since January 2003....
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RSR ROBBINS - Leaders/Party, PETRONAS - LNG, BC Lawyers - Trinity Western-BC Nurses, Teachers, Doctors et al  Oct 09, 2014
John Horgan and the BC New Democrats lead the BC Liberals by 16% at this time and are walking away with public support early in the term with the Legislature back to business. Justin Trudeau’s federal Liberals lead the pack ...
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RSR ROBBINS short poll of Coquitlam residents on mayor, none of the above, should mayor be paid >$200,000 per year from public, taxes for education and Translink?  Oct 07, 2014
A random sample of 155 Coquitlam residents relating to potential candidates for city mayor, democratic reform to include none of the above on ballits, should a Tri City mayor earn more than $200,000 per year from the public w...
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RSR ROBBINS - Daily polls on BC Teachers/BC Liberal government dispute - 1st 600 are in - all others 500 respondents @ September 12, 2014  Sep 12, 2014
After first 400 random respondents throughout British Columbia provide some insight into how they perceive the BC Teachers-BC Liberal government dispute. We have added a number of additional questions some with 300, 200 and ...
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RSR - The City of Burnaby - Corrigan Country- Derek Corrigan-Nov election, Kinder Morgan, Justin Trudeau, Teachers/BC Liberal dispute, Murdered and Missing Aboriginal Woman  Aug 28, 2014
Burnaby mayor Derek Corrigan headed to another landslide victory in municipal elections to be held this November 2014....
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RSR Survey of British Columbians on Mount Polley Environmental Mining Disaster 2014.   Aug 12, 2014
Currently, these are the most popular political parties in British Columbia and Canada. 1. BC New Democrats (33%); 2. Liberal Party of Canada (30%); 3. BC Liberal Party and New Democratic Party of Canada (tied) 5. Conservat...
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RSR - British Columbia DAY - BC Greens, BC Liberals tied - overwhelming support for student loan interest relief 'across the spectrum'.  Aug 01, 2014
An RSR poll of 625 British Columbians conducted July 23-28, 2014. Margin of Error is 3.75%, 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confidence.Finally, there is a three way race (early days) in BC politics, or at least potentially. If mar...
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Consumer Advocate Glen Robbins advises that Mortgage Fraud in British Columbia likely tops $3 billion dollars since 2008.  Jul 25, 2014
Vancouver BC-Investigative journalist and consumer advocate Glen Robbins asserts that mortgage fraud in British Columbia at Land Titles Office likely exceeds $3 billion dollars since 2008 and "every authority in the province ...
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RSR ROBBINS - Vancouver Mayor Poll - Is in the Building  Jul 19, 2014
Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson and his Vision Vancouver Team lead the way in public support as we head toward the final turn and on to election date November 15, 2014. His lead over Kirk Lapointe and NPA is just under 10 p...
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RSR Survey July 2014 - the Mediation continues: BC Teachers/BC Government, Kinder Morgan, Translink  Jul 11, 2014
John Horgan and BC New Democrats are most popular among all major provincial and federal parties at this time with nearly (37%) decided support. Second place goes to Christy Clark and BC Liberals (34.5%), third to Justin Tru...
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NEW - RSR Survey -Leader and Party Support, The Enbridge Decision/; Alternative Energy Solutions; Property Tax Alternatives; The BC Teachers/Government Dispute  Jun 17, 2014
John Horgan`s BC New Democrats lead the leader and party pack in this RSR Survey for the Province of British Columbia - with (35%) decided support, off (10%) from May 2013 election totals. Christy Clark`s BC Liberals are fad...
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RSR Survey - THE Government of BC/BC Teachers Mediation Survey   Jun 07, 2014
This RSR Survey of the BC Government and BC Teachers disagreement paints a vivid picture of the changing dynamic of opinion and temperament among B.C. voters relating to the needs of public schools in the provincial education...
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Clark - Liberals, Horgan - NDP, familiarity, Clark performance, Kinder Morgan, Enbridge - Gateway, LNG - Site C BC Hydro -economic influence   May 08, 2014
Both the BC Liberal government and BC New Democrat Opposition are down slightly in this RSR ROBBINS Survey. The Margin of Error and the tendency of 3rd and 4th place party's to perform better in surveys between elections may...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 24, 2014  Mar 24, 2014
Question 1 of this RSR Survey informs us that both of the two main political parties in British Columbia, the BC Liberals (31%) and BC NDP (30%) have lost support among voters since the May 2013 general provincial election, w...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 3, 2014  Mar 03, 2014
Although BC NDP Mike Farnworth, finance critic for the BC New Democrats just announced his leadership bid today, this survey undertaken prior to his announcement, shows he is headed off on solid footing. His NDP (decided) su...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics January 18, 2014  Jan 18, 2014
BC men support a universal toll on lower mainland bridges at a rate of 2 to 1 (decided), while women do not support it at a rate of nearly 7 in 10 (decided).A majority of respondents in the lower mainland of British Columbia ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics December 11, 2013  Dec 11, 2013
This is an RSR survey - of 1,013 British Columbians who voted in the most recent general provincial election in May 2013. This survey was conducted by telephone from RSR private lists of BC voters from December 3rd through t...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics October 31, 2013  Oct 31, 2013
Bruce Ralston is the NDP MLA from Surrey BC and is the winner in our RSR BC NDP leadership survey of NDP voters in the most recent general provincial election based on the question of which potential NDP leadership candidate ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics September 30, 2013  Sep 30, 2013
This ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) "RSR" survey of British Columbians who reside in the Lower Mainland of the province interviews respondents who voted in the most recent May 2013 general provincial election on questions relati...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics September 6, 2013  Sep 06, 2013
This is ROBBINS Sce Research Official Referendum Survey of 1,013 BC voters from the May 2013 general provincial election. Numbers were adjusted to reflect statistical norms for gender in the region.British Columbians in the ...
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Best Places to Live in Greater Vancouver (III) - Survey of city and municipal satisfaction levels  Aug 05, 2013
This is our third ROBBINS Sce Research (est. 1998) survey of BEST PLACES TO LIVE IN GREATER VANCOUVER (III). This survey represents interviews with 3,243 homeowners throughout Greater Vancouver - and establishes a true and i...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics July 1, 2013  Jul 01, 2013
Christy Clark maintains a comfortable lead in the by election scheduled for West Kelowna July 10, 2013. Premier Clark's current (12%) lead over her NDP rival at this point in the campaign is noticeably less than the amount t...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics June 13, 2013  Jun 13, 2013
This British Columbia ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) survey conducted less than one month after the May 2013 general provincial election among BC Voters who participated in both the 2009 and 2013 general provincial elections - r...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics May 17, 2013  May 17, 2013
BC Liberal majority (2013) The Accidental Government.Based on the 44% BC Liberal 2013 electoral win and using this number as a multiplier to the percentile outcomes question 1, the result is that (83%) of the final vote total...
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The Rolling Stones, EAGLES (America's Band), Led Zeppelin-Canadian philosopher Kellie K. Robbins (child poverty) Mr. Trudeau meet Mr. Dix  May 13, 2013
In our ROBBINS question 1 the Eagles – America’s Rock n Roll Band attracts the interest of an estimated 130,000 people residing in the Greater Vancouver region (only) for their two concerts set for September 6th and 7th, 2013...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics May 2, 2013  May 02, 2013
Question 1-(Party support) (break down by region) *BC Green and BC Conservative numbers based on candidates in all ridings. In fact, both of these these parties will not be running candidates in approximately 20 ridings eac...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics April 21, 2013  Apr 21, 2013
ROBBINS offers a point system designed to reflect support for each leader and party. This point system support is adjusted for gender, population and voter turnout patterns for each constituency located in each of six region...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics April 12, 2013  Apr 12, 2013
Only a ‘handful’ (2%) of British Columbians planned to attend – in fact attended – or (otherwise) supported the Times of India Awards held during the last weekend. This represents an estimated 70,000 of the adult population ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics April 11, 2013  Apr 11, 2013
There is a buzz around the Burnaby campus of Simon Fraser University. A rattle and hum. Battle lines are being drawn - there is no napalm - there are no guns - this isn't a scene of external violence....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics April 4, 2013  Apr 04, 2013
The BC New Democrats set for major win on May 14, 2013.The BC New Democrats attract high numbers of support in every region of the province, while the BC Liberals after governing for a dozen years appear to be getting shown t...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 28, 2013  Mar 28, 2013
Women voters in the Province of British Columbia overwhelmingly would vote for the BC New Democrats if an election were held today and not on May 14, 2013.Without any doubt – former BC NDP leader Carole James deserves credit ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 17, 2013  Mar 17, 2013
The reference to pollster Glen P. Robbins as the Pope of Public Opinion is not just a cheeky display by the World's most accurate pollster.This end of March ROBBINS survey with less than months to go before the next provincia...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 12, 2013  Mar 12, 2013
This ROBBINS survey canvasses a number of important issues and news events covered during the past week....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 4, 2013  Mar 04, 2013
This ROBBINS medium size quick survey provides some insight into the political consequences of the recent BC Liberal ethnic voter scandal....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics February 27, 2013  Feb 27, 2013
The BC Liberal rock is rolling and gathering moss on a slow downward slide from its former high of 34%. This ROBBINS survey generally affirms numbers from Angus Reid which preceded this and strongly suggests that the BC Libe...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics February 8, 2013  Feb 08, 2013
Question 1 - The BC New Democrats appear to be headed to a massive election win on May 14, 2013 in the Province of British Columbia according this ROBBINS Sce Research survey of 2009 voters. The BC NDP leads in every region ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics January 26, 2013  Jan 26, 2013
Question #1- The BC New Democrats retain a wide lead over the BC Liberals as we head to the final turn --and the provincial election race finish line scheduled the first week of May 2013. After factoring all information incl...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics January 1, 2013  Jan 01, 2013
Vancouver Island (Provincial) BC New Democratic Party-51.5% BC Liberal Party-31% BC Green Party-10% BC Conservative Party-7.5% (Undecided-6%)...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics December 3, 2012  Dec 13, 2012
The lower mainland of British Columbia is most populous region of the province holding the majority of seats in the Legislature. This ROBBINS poll represents the start of the race to Election Day May 14, 2012. This poll clea...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics November 23, 2012  Nov 23, 2012
Adrian Dix and the BC New Democrats continue to possess an inalterable lead in public support among BC voters with totals > (10%) above 2009 voter totals. Christy Clark and BC Liberals and John Cummins and BC Conservatives a...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics November 8, 2012  Nov 08, 2012
The BC New Democrats continue to lead the BC Liberals based on decided voters from 2009 ROBBINS lists by (17.5%). Adrian Dix and his BC NDP Team maintain this lead in the midst of new low Undecided numbers – (around (5%) aft...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics October 26, 2012  Oct 26, 2012
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 no...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics October 13, 2012  Oct 13, 2012
Vancouver, British Columbia (News Release) ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) the polling firm that brought you the correct call in Delta South by-election (1999), introduced the BC Greens at double digits (2000), killed the vote sp...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics October 1, 2012  Oct 01, 2012
Question 1 (Commentary)...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics September 19, 2012  Sep 19, 2012
The BC New Democrats are steamrolling toward a Super Majority in British Columbia – and there is nothing can be done to stop it. It is entirely possible that the BC NDP could win virtually every seat in the BC Legislature af...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics September 10, 2012  Sep 10, 2012
This ROBBINS survey clearly reveals yet more evidence that the BC New Democrats are going to win in May 2013 (and win big). Their political label has 2.5 times more “credibility” from question 1, than that of the BC Liberal ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics September 3, 2012  Sep 03, 2012
From ROBBINS 2009 voters lists approximately (67%) of voters have currently picked a leader and party from a list of four mainstream parties and other. Of the remaining respondents (67%) suggest they would either spoil their...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics August 9, 2012  Aug 09, 2012
Based on this ROBBINS poll, both BC Liberals Kevin Falcon and Speaker of The House Bill Barisoff should resign for not properly doing the jobs tax payers have entrusted them to do. The numbers in this poll through questions ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics July 27, 2012  Jul 27, 2012
Adrian Dix’s BC New Democrats continue to hold a huge lead over the BC Conservatives and BC Liberals tied for third place.Methodology: From 6 largest cities in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia including: Vancouver, Su...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics July 13, 2012  Jul 13, 2012
By Peter KellyResponses to these questions were collected from Victoria, Oak Bay, Gordon Head, Saanich, Esquimalt, Langford, Duncan, Ladysmith, Nanaimo, Parksville-Qualicum, Port Alberni, Courtenay, and Comox –all cities and ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics July 12, 2012  Jul 12, 2012
Commentary by Peter Kelly The path to a fourth term appears very bleak for BC Liberals.This poll of the North and Interior of British Columbia includes data collected from areas including: Prince George, Peace River, Okan...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics July 11, 2012  Jul 11, 2012
Commentary - By Peter KellyROBBINS Top Twenty Support List - from all Responses- (#1 to #20 among British Columbians residing in the Lower Mainland of the province) Phase 1 Analysis:...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics May 17, 2012  May 17, 2012
Methodology - A targeted strategic sample of 832 BC voters from the British Columbia provincial general election of May 2009, on their party preferences -conducted May 10-15 2012, or one year prior to the next provincial elec...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics May 9, 2012  May 09, 2012
The BC New Democrats have settled back to (44%) popularity from previous highs of (46%) among Voters from the 2009 provincial general election. The BC Conservatives have clearly jumped ahead of their competitor the BC Libera...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics May 2, 2012  May 02, 2012
A clear majority of British Columbians residing in the lower mainland of the province are “concerned about the potential environmental harm on land if the pipeline bursts or if there is an accident and the Tanker leaks.” App...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics May 1, 2012  May 01, 2012
A target sample of 611 British Columbians who said or have said they voted in the last general provincial election -- May 09. MOE 3.96%, 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confidence. This poll was conducted between December 11-15, 2...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics April 12, 2012  Apr 23, 2012
If the recent by election success of the BC New Democrats in Port Moody Coquitlam and Chilliwack Hope, two previous BC Liberal strongholds-- have translated provincially – based on the results in this ROBBINS NewTrend poll – ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics April 15, 2012  Apr 15, 2012
We believe this is likely the most definitive current assessment of BC party leadership ‘capability endorsement’ among the leaders of BC’s three main political parties based on a superior methodology....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics April 12, 2012  Apr 12, 2012
The by-election in the British Columbia riding of Chilliwack Hope will be won by either the “BC New Democrats” or “BC Conservatives” with the longstanding custodians of the provincial seat, the “BC Liberals” unlikely to retai...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics April 11, 2012  Apr 11, 2012
(Method) A sample of 1,540 B.C. ‘voters’ from ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) lists between December 12-23 and December 27-30, 2011. This ROBBINS New Trend public opinion poll has a margin of error of 2.5% plus or minus 19 times...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics April 6, 2012  Apr 06, 2012
Methodology-Telephone sample of 642 property owners residing in the lower mainland of British Columbia. This Survey was conducted between March 29 and April 3, 2012. The Margin of Error of this Survey is (3.87%) 19 times out...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 28, 2012  Mar 28, 2012
"When I was young--my mother and father held my hand and showed me the way---now I have arrived." Glen P. RobbinsObservations:...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 21, 2012  Mar 21, 2012
This significant ROBBINS New Trend poll of 3,311 British Columbians conducted throughout all regions of the province including: Vancouver Island (south, mid, and north); Greater Vancouver and the Lower Mainland of the provin...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 18, 2012  Mar 18, 2012
Twice as many respondents in this ROBBINS NewTrend poll say that the BC Lions Football Team is more important to them “as a fan” than say the Vancouver Whitecaps Soccer Team is important to them....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 17, 2012  Mar 17, 2012
Christy Clark’s grade “B” performance in question 1 has brought her ‘personal grade’ above the actual support for her BC Liberal party in question 2. The number of actual respondents who gave her a “B” grade is (8.5%) higher...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 15, 2012  Mar 15, 2012
Only two-thirds of BC voters who voted either BC Liberal or BC NDP in the 2009 general provincial election, support either of those two parties “at this particular point in time” according to this ROBBINS Sce Research public ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 15, 2012  Mar 15, 2012
A targeted sample of 1,047 British Columbia citizens eligible to vote in provincial general elections. Poll conducted between January 27, 2011 and February 5, 2011 throughout all regions and areas of the province, most speci...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics February 19, 2012  Feb 19, 2012
A random telephone sample of 650 respondents in the lower mainland of British Columbia. This ROBBINS poll conducted between February 27-March 2, 2007 features a margin of error of 4.75%, 19 times out of 20, 95% competency/co...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics February 16, 2012  Feb 16, 2012
A targeted survey of 832 voters from the May 2009 general provincial election from the Vancouver, Surrey, Okanagan and Kamloops regions of the province of British Columbia. This survey was conducted February 17-22, 2011. Th...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics February 15, 2012  Feb 15, 2012
The BC Liberals appear to have no chance of winning the upcoming by-election in Port Moody Coquitlam to be held at or about this April 2012 based on the results of the ROBBINS NewTrend poll. The competition for the seat is c...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics February 11, 2012  Feb 11, 2012
In Kamloops-North Thompson the BC New Democrats and BC Liberals continue to fight for the lead in popular support in this ROBBINS New Trend poll. The BC Liberals won this riding (barely) in 2009, now the BC New Democrats hol...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics February 9, 2012  Feb 09, 2012
The BC New Democrats are running away with public support among eligible voters in the Province of British Columbia according to this ROBBINS New Trend poll....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics February 2, 2012  Feb 02, 2012
Based on outcomes from questions 1 and 3 we conclude that (62.5%) of “Decided” British Columbians ‘of voting age’ residing (specifically) in the lower mainland of the province do NOT want the oil pipeline Enbridge is proposin...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics January, 2012  Jan 20, 2012
The Enbridge pipeline Review Panel is off to a poor start in this ROBBINS New Trend poll. A clear majority of British Columbians do not believe that having the Review Panel comprised of persons from Alberta (the source of th...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics January 6, 2012  Jan 06, 2012
Of Mice and Glen, Fin and Jim. Prepared by Glen P. Robbins and Jim Van Rassel Written by Glen P. RobbinsObservations:...
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ROBBINS NEW TREND - British Columbians Consumer Confidence Year 2011 Poll  Dec 29, 2011
Results from questions 1 and 2 reveal that a majority of British Columbians residing in the lower mainland of the province believe that all Government and all Retailers ‘treat’ them neither “Good” nor “Poor” but “Fair” or {av...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics December 10, 2011  Dec 10, 2011
Generally, the results of questions 2 through 4 indicate that property owners residing in the Tri-City region of the province view the completion of the Evergreen Line as positive in terms of improving transportation congesti...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics Noember 28, 2011  Nov 28, 2011
A pattern of popular support for leaders and parties in BC politics has emerged with the Opposition BC NDP clearly the frontrunner with just over 40 per cent support. The BC Liberals in government for over 10 years now with ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics November 22, 2011  Nov 22, 2011
Some interesting information derived from our questions based on political party (and leader) popular support, support (and lack of) for Occupy Vancouver tents at the Art Gallery, perspectives on why fewer people vote, bans o...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics November 19, 2011  Nov 19, 2011
This Glen P. Robbins Vancouver Race for Mayor Poll reveals a race that is much closer than many may have expected owing in part to the high undecided rate. Incumbent mayor Gregor Robertson attracts 53.5% of decided voters to...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics November 18, 2011  Nov 18, 2011
A Glen P. Robbins survey of 254 respondents in the City of Coquitlam December 1st and 2nd, 2010. The Margin of Error is 6.13%, 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confidence. (i.e. *Coquitlam “Good” support could be as high as (40%) a...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics November 3, 2011  Nov 03, 2011
The questions in this poll relate to the popularity of leaders and party’s in British Columbia, the recent award of a shipbuilding contract to the Province of British Columbia, the possibility, or alternatively, the hypotheti...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics November 1, 2011  Nov 01, 2011
A random sample of 250 respondents in the city of Coquitlam between August 3 and 4th, 2007. Based on previous polling conducted recently in this area, the collective of the two being considered, suggests a margin of error on...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics October 10, 2011  Oct 10, 2011
British Columbians in the lower mainland of the province are split on their perception of B.C.’s justice system. Many respondents acknowledge no real experience with the justice system, anecdotally those who had, or who knew...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics October 3, 2011  Oct 03, 2011
Christy Clark and her BC Liberal Party are down -and it increasingly appears- out- with public opinion. Her party is 27% below 2009 provincial elections totals of 46% +. Adrian Dix and BC New Democrats are down 7.5% and BC ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics September 30, 2011  Sep 30, 2011
We elect politicians to represent our best interests. Therefore, it is shocking when these elected officials do just the opposite....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics September 23, 2011  Sep 23, 2011
City of Coquitlam tax payers are nearly split in terms of Very Good/Good and Very Poor/Poor descriptions of quality of city services relative to tax dollar they pay. (36%) of decided respondents indicate the quality of servi...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics September 19, 2011  Sep 19, 2011
Adrian Dix and the BC New Democrats are sailing toward a super majority government in the province of British Columbia based on this Glen P. Robbins – ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) poll. The BC New Democrats would win 56 seats...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics September 5, 2011  Sep 05, 2011
Support for Adrian Dix and New Democrats as follows (decided numbers) is Vancouver Island and Coastal regions (45%), Lower Mainland from Vancouver-Richmond –North Shore through to Surrey (42%). Fraser Valley including Langle...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics September 2, 2011  Sep 02, 2011
A survey of 1,082 respondents throughout 79 ridings in British Columbia relating to BC Hydro, the privatization of administration to the Accenture firm of Bermuda, the privatization of ICBC, contracts involving BC publicly ow...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics August 3, 2011  Aug 03, 2011
Adrian Dix and BC New Democrats continue their certain lead over Christy Clark and BC Liberals, while John Cummins and BC Conservatives control one third of the former Free Enterprise coalition vote in the province of British...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics July 25, 2011  Jul 25, 2011
(Question 1)- A majority of respondents in the region of the Province of British Columbian including Tri-City, Surrey, Langley, Pitt Meadows, and New Westminster (pop. 750,000) support “less expensive” Skytrain (not Evergreen...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics July 11, 2011  Jul 11, 2011
In the midst of a very high number of Undecided respondents (Q #1) - Adrian Dix and The BC New Democrats - - lead Christy Clark and the BC Liberals in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia from Vancouver City through to Lang...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics July 2, 2011  Jul 02, 2011
It’s a dead heat between the H.S.T. and PST/GST people. The two opposing consumption tax proposals are locked in a major struggle to see which will prevail....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics June 17, 2011  Jun 17, 2011
Better than two thirds of respondents in this ROBBINS poll of Lower Mainland residents DO NOT support BOTH The Christy Clark BC Liberal Government AND the H.S.T....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics June 13, 2011  Jun 13, 2011
This follows our Glen P. Robbins - The 1st HST - 2 billion dollar poll (This is not an Internet Poll) 37.5% support HST in Lower Mainland, which featured a 60/40 decided split among respondents in a major sample poll of (app...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics June 9, 2011  Jun 09, 2011
The responses in this poll of the Northern and Interior regions of the Province of British Columbia were collected randomly from the phone book. The percentage of “seniors” may be higher than actual. However, most responden...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics June 5, 2011  Jun 05, 2011
The H.S.T. has an uphill battle to win 51% at Referendum-to be held weeks from now. Among the nearly 1,000 (Decided) respondents in the larger of the two polling samples (question 1 only) - which did not offer// Neither, Und...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics June 2, 2011  Jun 02, 2011
British Columbians overwhelmingly believe that the Vancouver Canucks NHL hockey team will win the Stanley Cup in this ROBBINS poll conducted Saturday May 27, to Monday May 29, 2011....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics May 20, 2011  May 20, 2011
BC New Democrats continue to dominate Vancouver Island with nearly one in two 2009 BC voters supporting them in this ROBBINS poll. BC Conservatives are second on Vancouver Island (20%). The BC NDP looks to take all seats on...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics May 12, 2011  May 12, 2011
ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) President and CEO Glen P. Robbins says "Christy Clark's close victory in Vancouver Point Grey last night was well predicted by our small sample Strategic Calling Environment (Sce) polling capabilit...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics May 6, 2011  May 06, 2011
Leader and Party decided totals based on region:...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics May 1, 2011  May 01, 2011
This random sample of 70 men and women in the British Columbia riding of Vancouver Point Grey - where a by-election is set to replace retired former BC Premier Gordon Campbell-May 11, 2011 reflects a number of interesting ins...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics April 24, 2011  Apr 24, 2011
At the same time as the winds of political change are blowing through the Canadian federal election, so too are provincial political preferences changing. The BC New Democrats have just elected a new leader, Adrian Dix of Va...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics April 13, 2011  Apr 13, 2011
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is seen as doing somewhat poorly in the English Election Debate held on April 12, 2011. Respondent/Voters detractors residing in Vancouver city and suburbs of Burnaby and Surrey described his pe...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics April 6, 2011  Apr 06, 2011
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. ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 25, 2011  Mar 25, 2011
Mike Farnworth, NDP leadership candidate and his BC New Democrat Party lead Christy Clark and BC Liberals (38%) to (33.5%) based on raw data in this Glen Robbins RSR survey of 2009 British Columbia voters. On a ‘decided’ bas...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 14, 2011  Mar 14, 2011
Vancouver residents who voted in the last provincial election in May 2009--- in the decided majority DO NOT support the new casino and hotel for BC Place Stadium, the new roof for BC Place Stadium or money to help private gas...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics March 3, 2011  Mar 03, 2011
This is targeted survey of 1,315 voters from the 2009 general provincial election in British Columbia February 27-March 2, 2011. The margin of error is 2.7%, 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confidence. This Glen P. Robbins-ROBBINS...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics February 16, 2011  Feb 16, 2011
411 net respondents (111) from South and Mid Vancouver Island, 300 from Lower Mainland of BC from the City of Vancouver to Langley February 6-12, 2011. Respondents are confirmed as: Strong supporters of the BC New Democrati...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics January 25, 2011  Jan 25, 2011
Background to THIS ROBBINS - HST poll....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics January 12, 2011  Jan 12, 2011
Former BC Liberal Finance Minister and Simon Fraser University Chancellor-designate Carole Taylor is the favourite political figure among British Columbians to be candidate for Premier. An incredible (54.5%) of decided respo...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics December 17, 2010  Dec 17, 2010
A survey of 300 respondents in Surrey, BC regarding same-sex books in the classrooms of grades 1,2 and 3, and whether or not Education Minister Christy Clark should become involved after the Surrey School Board voted to ban t...
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glen p robbins - dirty white boy - BCers North and Interior soft on Gay Solicitor General  Dec 07, 2010
Methodology--This is a random telephone sample of 1,580 respondents throughout the Interior of British Columbia Canada-known as the Okanagan and Shuswap between July 11 and 26, 2008. This strategic calling environment is com...
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re-release-ROBBINS Sce Research-Angus Reid most accurate on BC election.  Dec 07, 2010
Glen P. Robbins, President and CEO of ROBBINS Sce Research wishes to congratulate Gordon Campbell for his successful third win as Premier, and to Carole James, leader of the BC NDP for her success--the only party which gained...
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glen p robbins - featuring Vancouver City, Gregor Robertson, Michael Ignatieff, Christy Clark, Carole James, Jenny Kwan, Moira Stilwell  Dec 06, 2010
A random telephone - glen p robbins - poll of 421 respondents in the beautiful City of Vancouver, British Columbia, conducted December 2-6, 2010. This poll features a Margin of Error of 4.77%, 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confid...
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2 Major BC polls.  Nov 30, 2010
Poll 1 - 704 random telephone responses-November 25-29, 2010. Margin of error 3.69% plus or minus - 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confidence. Poll 2 - 845 targeted telephone respondents (Voters in the previous provincial electio...
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glen p robbins/B.C. public frame Bountiful for BC Chief Judge Bauman  Nov 28, 2010
There are differences and similarities in how men and women respond to the three questions in this ZEUS poll. In questions 1 and 3, women are far less supportive of the wealthy European woman and her two young husbands, and ...
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Is Elections BC trying to help BC Liberal Cabinet Minister Ida Chong by frustrating Recall?  Nov 25, 2010
Vander Zalm: Elections BC decision to reject Recall application for Oak Bay-Gordon Head based on “too long word count” continues pattern of obstruction and incompetence...
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RSR - and BC Liberal supporters select George Abbott - next Premier of B.C.  Nov 23, 2010
A targeted sample of 214 BC Liberal supporters (not necessarily Gordon Campbell supporters) in the North and Interior and Lower Mainland of British Columbia between November 19-22, 2010. This survey has a margin of error of ...
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RSR (1998) The Truth About Politics in British Columbia  Nov 18, 2010
A random telephone poll by ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) of 683 respondents residing in the lower mainland of British Columbia, conducted November 15-18, 2010. This ROBBINS poll features a Margin of Error of 3.75%, 19 times ou...
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ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) BC Bosses Decide - Carole James, Dianne Watts, Bill Vander Zalm - majority want 2011 spring election/HST referendum -distrust-disgust Campbell embedded  Nov 09, 2010
Highest above (below) random/score (including all responses and Undecided) (Total: 2020.5); average 183.68; Random is 100. 1. Carole James and New Democrat support from Question #2; (272) avg (148) 2. I could not be more a...
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ZEUS ROBBINS - Gordon Campbell Has to Go - BC, WE NEED TO CHANGE  Nov 01, 2010
From ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) October 14, 2010...
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RSR poll - RIR (Rest in Recall) BC Liberal-Murray Coell-Saanich and the Islands  Oct 04, 2010
Saanich North and the Islands: By Peter Kelly...
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NDP might win, but... by Peter Kelly  Sep 30, 2010
The NDP under Carole James is poised for a landslide election at this moment. But there is another 3 years to go before the vote. A lot can happen between then and now. Its a perfect storm for the party, the governing BC...
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glen p robbins - A Bullett for Mike de Jong - BC Liberal Attorney General/Solicitor General -BC Liberal House leader  Sep 21, 2010
(68%) of decided respondents in Abbotsford Clearbrook support the Recall of Abbotsford West BC Liberal MLA Mike de Jong as this relates to “his strong support for the HST”. The high low range based on a sampling of this size...
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ZEUS ROBBINS---Is Gordon Campbell's BC Liberal HST the biggest political fraud in BC history?  Sep 20, 2010
In question #1 the little support that there is for the Campbell HST Referendum in the lower mainland of the province-- next September 2011 -- and these numbers-- are effectively reduced even lower by those respondents who al...
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ZEUS poll - The Fleecing of BC Lambs - support for September 2011 Referendum less than 5%  Sep 13, 2010
If a snap federal election were called would you support the re-election of Stephen Harper’s Conservative Party of Canada? Yes-28% No-57% Undecided-15%...
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glen p robbins Total Recall-straw poll #2 - Bruce Allen 4 Vancouver mayor--Campbell/Hansen must resign  Sep 06, 2010
Two of three respondents in the City of Vancouver want the next person “in charge of the province of British Columbia” to fit the following profile “A straight shooter, someone who is not entangled in establishment politics”....
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glen p robbins - Total Recall - Straw Poll #1 (Interior BC)  Aug 26, 2010
A majority of respondents in this glen p robbins ‘straw poll’ of 185 residents of Kamloops, Vernon, Penticton, Kelowna, and Salmon Arm have indicated that they will “support and participate in the Recall of their (sic) electe...
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ZEUS-ROBBINS -- Bill Vander Zalm and the Gordian Knot - Massive Majority want BC Judges Elected  Aug 20, 2010
Fight HST Leader and former B.C. premier is the front-runner in our list of current political personalities in the province of British Columbia-------followed closely by BC New Democratic leader Carole James....
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ZEUS- Former premier Bill Vander Zalm - Big Winner - as next leader of BC Liberal Party  Aug 09, 2010
Bill Vander Zalm wins a stunning (35%) of decided support from question #1. He is as popular as Dianne Watts or Carole Taylor UNDER THE BC LIBERAL banner - , while over (40%) of decided respondents perceive Bill Vander Zalm ...
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ZEUS: Pickton Pig Farm Mass Murders in Port Coquitlam, B.C. (Greg Moore - mayor)  Aug 02, 2010
ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) and glen p robbins - “The most accurate public opinion pollster in the World” makes declaration that following--- The Supreme Court of Canada decision /not to permit/ an Appeal of Robert Pickton’s ...
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ZEUS: BC Liberal leadership race: Straw Poll -- Only the Beginning  Jul 26, 2010
171 breaks down as follows: (53) respondents -city of Vancouver; (40) respondents - city of Surrey; (33) respondents Burnaby; (14) respondents Coquitlam; (07) respondents Port Coquitlam; (12) respondents Langley;/Langley Tow...
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ZEUS-----Whales and Dolphins  Jul 19, 2010
Question #1-...
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ZEUS - It's OFFICIAL - Carole James (Victoria) vs. Bill Vander Zalm (Delta) for Premier of British Columbia 2013  Jul 11, 2010
A telephone sample of 1,003 British Columbians residing in the lower mainland of the province from Vancouver to Hope - conducted between June 29th (Question 1)-30th (amended) 2010 to July 09, 2010. MOE 3.10% plus or minus --...
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ZEUS ROBBINS -- Puff the Magic Dragon -- HST; Campbell resigns;Harper's folly;Brand new third party; BCers on taxes;2 hat de Jong; Marijuana tax; Liberal Democrat Jack Layton  Jun 22, 2010
Gordon Campbell’s impending political death sentence - charge is like this: In the North and Interior (84%) respond “Yes---it is time NOW for Gordon Campbell to resign as Premier of British Columbia. On Vancouver Island onl...
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Glen P. Robbins writes Vancouver Police Chief Jim Chu seeking Criminal Libel charges against Vancouver lawyers: Tom Patch, BCHRT Chair Heather McNaughton, Lindsay Lyster and Tonie Beharell  Jun 13, 2010
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ZEUS ROBBINS: Of James, Vander Zalm, Taylor, Robertson, Watts, -- Campbell's Poop Soup  Jun 08, 2010
1,304 'voters' (British Columbia) from May 28-June 06, 2010 interviewed on telephone(s). MOE 2%, 19 times out of 20 --9% confidence -- ZEUS ROBBINS (internal) 2.71% MOE. Sponsor -- not declared.According to this ZEUS ROBBIN...
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Glen P. Robbins decides to abandon BC Conservative leadership bid  Jun 01, 2010
Glen P. Robbins, private public opinion pollster since 1998 has ended his 'informal' campaign to lead the BC Conservative Party -- abandoning any further pursuit of party leadership....
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glen p robbins calls on British Columbians to stop paying taxes --  May 16, 2010
glen p robbins is requesting that British Columbia citizens "wherever and whenever possible" take "any necessary action" toward the non payment of taxes....
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BC Government - This is what a Pedophile is!  May 14, 2010
"If the rumour in Coquitlam are true--we have another disaster on our hands in Coquitlam---far-----------far worse than the Hated Sales Tax. Potentially--hundreds of little children --hoping to be safe-- not violated and def...
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ZEUS poll-featuring glen p robbins- Best Places to Live in Greater Vancouver (III) --2010 Edition  May 12, 2010
This ZEUS - glen p robbins poll conducted in conjunction with ROBBINS SCE RESEARCH (1998), presents BEST PLACES TO LIVE in Vancouver - 2010 edition.Based on a total of 12,043 pts. 1,204 property owners in Greater Vancouver ...
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ZEUS - ROBBINS A Wild Rose in BC's political Garden  Apr 27, 2010
Anti-HST numbers in British Columbia have always been high -- (80% decided) -- higher, and high they remain --. The decided number of British Columbians against the HST has dropped somewhat to (74%), however only (60%) of e...
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ZEUS B.C. Poll -- Ticker Tape--60% of voters support anti-HST Crusader Bill Vander Zalm and BC Conservatives, while 60% of voters believe Gordon Campbell is BC’s number 1 Bully.  Apr 14, 2010
Published: 3:31 pm P.S.T. on the date provided...
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ZEUS -Around the World POLL - Her Majesty, the Queen of England vs. Tiger Woods; Gilles Duceppe; Bill Vander Zalm; and The POPE  Apr 09, 2010
For Question #1...
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ZEUS- British Columbia Abortion poll -- with leader and party totals---shasta!  Mar 27, 2010
(27% +) of respondents are NOT of the opinion that a “woman (sic) residing in the province of British Columbia should have the option to choose to terminate a pregnancy.” However, the fact that a scant few woman respondents ...
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ZEUS Poll: H.S.T.--Politics of British Columbia-- Valkyrie II   Mar 23, 2010
A massive (90%) – nine out of ten “eligible voters” (1,265 respondents) in the province do not want the HST ‘voted in’—in the province of British Columbia--- according to this ZEUS poll....
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glen p robbins: Poll in Poco -- Coast Meridian Overpass -- Should Coquitlam City pays it's fair share?  Mar 16, 2010
100 respondents from the city of Port Coquitlam March 13-15, 2010. Margin of error 9.79%, 18 times out of 20 @ 90% confidence. This glen p robbins 'quickie' poll of 100 Port Coquitlam residents between March 13-15, 2010 (...
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ZEUS O' Canada Poll - Live from Surrey and Burnaby, British Columbia  Mar 05, 2010
First question-- out of the polling gate, nearly four out of five respondents from Surrey and Burnaby “support Carole James stated objective to convince seven (7) BC Liberal MLA’s to vote against the (HST) tax”. The public i...
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ZEUS - ROBBINS -- Politics of British Columbia -- Budget 2010  Mar 02, 2010
A targeted survey of 606 voters in Greater Vancouver, British Columbia. This ZEUS ROBBINS poll featuring Glen P. Robbins was conducted February 25, 26, 27 and March 1, 2010. Margin of error (approximately) 4% 19 times out o...
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Re-Release!! 2010 Olympics -- Developers Best Friend?  Mar 01, 2010
Analysis Developers are the Games’ real winners Analysis By Donald Gutstein Publish Date: May 31, 2007...
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ZEUS 2010 Olympics Poll: featuring glen p robbins--A Real Tiger by the Tail  Feb 19, 2010
When comparing the total 2,026 respondents (BC ‘Voters’ in the last general provincial election) who are ‘Excited’ about the Games to those who are against the HST, (62%) support getting rid of the HST, while (currently) (45-...
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Death of the Premier--Canadian/BC taxpayer --- most important sponsor of 2010 Olympic Games?  Jan 26, 2010
A random telephone ZEUS poll featuring Glen P. Robbins--of 604 respondents in the lower mainland of British Columbia between January 21-25, 2010. MOE (4.0%) Sponsored by Jim Van Rassel (604) 328-5398. Go Canadian taxpayer Go...
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Glen P. Robbins for Innovative B.C. Governor presents Jimmy P and the HST-French in BC.  Jan 09, 2010
A telephone sampling of 504 B.C. ‘voters’ between January 4-7, 2009. M.O.E. (4.4%) (Party and leader estimated M.O.E. 2.5% {legal}. This poll was sponsored by Friends for Glen P. Robbins for Premier. Un prélèvement de té...
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British Columbians lack confidence in Gordon Campbell and provincial accounting  Jan 04, 2010
A strategic calling of (257) B.C. 'voters' between December 19, 2009 and January 02, 2010. M.O.E. 6.11%, 19 times out of 20 @ 95%. Sponsorship: Jim Van Rassel (604) 328-5398.Decided respondents in British Columbia are (23%...
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Glen P. Robbins - ZEUS poll British Columbians on Equalization and Lobbying  Dec 27, 2009
A strategic sample of 521 BC 'voters' between December 19-24, 2009. MOE approximately (4.5%), 19 times out of 20. {Adjustments made relative to population from Vancouver Island, Lower Mainland, and Norther and Interior of B...
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ZEUS/ROBBINS -- Glen P. Robbins for Premier --'The Original Rogue'.  Dec 19, 2009
A random sample of 231 residents in the Lower Mainland of the Province of British Columbia provided by residents in the City of Vancouver, City of Surrey, and City of Coquitlam--taken December 18-19th, 2009. MOE legal is abo...
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Glen P. Robbins -- seeking leadership of the Province of British Columbia--blasts Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty's sell off of provincial assets  Dec 17, 2009
Glen P. Robbins who is presently seeking the leadership of the BC Conservative Party-and awaits the provincial party’s decision on specific leadership contest dates and locations--is...
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Glen P. Robbins -- BC Conservative Party -- pledges New Carbon Trading Exchange for Surrey, B.C.  Dec 16, 2009
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Glen P. Robbins -- BC Conservative Party -- pledges as Premier to   Dec 15, 2009
Glen P. Robbins -- seeking leadership of the BC Conservative Party vows that on the same day he is elected to the office of Premier of British Columbia he will:...
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Glen P. Robbins -- BC Conservative Party -- set to create B.C. Citizens Professional Oversight Commission  Dec 14, 2009
Glen P. Robbins -- set to formally confirm his candidacy for leadership of the BC Conservative Party is announcing plans that when elected to govern he will introduce an independent civil commission in the province of British...
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Glen P. Robbins -- BC Conservative Party -- Will launch $3 billion lawsuit against federal government for breaking interest charge laws.  Dec 11, 2009
December 11, 2009 Glen P. Robbins -- BC Conservative Party Vancouver, British Columbia...
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Glen P. Robbins -- BC Conservative leadership contender--T Squared for post secondary education  Dec 08, 2009
Glen P. Robbins -- seeking leadership of the BC Conservative Party is announcing his innovative ‘T Squared’ program to finance post secondary education for long time residents of British Columbia....
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Glen P. Robbins -- Future leader of BC Conservatives? -- 'Battle plan first draft'  Dec 07, 2009
A random sample of 640 British Columbians between November 26 and December 04, 2009. Margin of error approximately (04%)--based on scientific calculation as to sample size -- plus ROBBINS averaging. Sponsored by Jim Van Ras...
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British Columbians want to Rip up HST.  Dec 03, 2009
A targeted survey of 1,009 'voters' from Vancouver city, Victoria city, Surrey city, and Kelowna city-adjusted for population-- between November 25 and December 01, 2009. MOE 3.1% -- 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confidence. This...
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Good-bye Evergreen Line//Hello Glen P. Robbins Jim Van Rassel WEST COAST EXPRESS  Nov 19, 2009
Four questions in the Tri-City area of Greater Vancouver - including: City of Coquitlam, City of Port Moody, City of Port Coquitlam --where necessary adjusted for relative population-Coquitlam (130 k); Port Coquitlam (40k); ...
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BC Prov/Fed populatity - 2010 Olympics -Security issues  Nov 16, 2009
508 respondents throughout the cities of Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Port Moody, and Surrey, B.C. between November 10-14, 2009. The MOE based on ROBBINS Research is approximately 4.35% random based on a scientific calcula...
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You are entitled to thousands of dollars in refunds from your credit card provider  Nov 14, 2009
Want to know one of the largest scams taking place in North America right now? You may be surprised at how much your credit cards are overcharging you....
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ZEUS/ROBBINS boss Glen P. Robbins to sue: Gordon Campbell, Colin Hansen and B.C. Liberal Party over May election fraud  Nov 04, 2009
November 4, 2009...
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Where BC Place meets H1N1 - A sad pathetic saga.  Oct 26, 2009
A strategic sample of 202 'voters' in the most recent general provincial election -- October 24, 2009 to October 26, 2009 -- in the lower mainland of British Columbia --(Greater Vancouver). Scientifically the margin of error ...
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The ZEUS is loose in Victoria, B.C. Inner Harbour, Tyee Online, Carole James, Peter Pollen, Jeff Bray, Bruce Hallsor  Oct 22, 2009
A random sample of 405 respondents in (predominantly) Victoria,//- Oak Bay, Gordon Head, and Esquimalt British Columbia -- between October 18-21, 2009. Margin of error -- 4.86% 19 times out of 20, 95% confidence. Special tha...
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ZEUS/ROBBINS -- Does Power Corrupt? 2010 Olympics; James Moore; ROBBINS  Oct 16, 2009
403 random telephone interviews between October 11, 2009 to October 15, 2009 in the lower mainland of British Columbia. Margin of error 4.88%, 19 times out of 20, @ 95% confidence. Thanks to Jim Van Rassel (604)328-5398Carol...
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ZEUS/ROBBINS poll - Who's invited to meet Tony Blair?  Oct 06, 2009
A random telephone sample of 620 British Columbia residents between September 27-October 4, 2009. This ZEUS/ROBBINS poll has a margin of error of approx. (3.75%), 19 times out of 20 @ 95% competency/confidence. This poll wa...
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ZEUS-ROBBINS to measure news audiences in BC-Coming Soon  Sep 25, 2009
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ZEUS poll-BC Conservative MP John Cummins breaks B.C. Liberal coalition  Sep 24, 2009
437 random respondents throughout British Columbia--interviews on telephone--September 21-24, 2009 M.O.E. 4.69%, 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confidcence--question 1 reveals where interviews take place--adjusted for population wh...
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ZEUS-coming soon-some initial numbers from Vancouver anti-HST  Sep 20, 2009
ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) estimate number of people attending HST rally in Vancouver-Canada Place to be 2,800. ROBBINS estimates 'average' additional cost from H.S.T. from ex B.C. Liberals "Hit List" supplied by Vander...
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Gordon Campbell –British Columbia’s Real Estate Czar.  Sep 19, 2009
The title is the truth. This is who you are. Anyone who has purchased real estate and property anywhere in British Columbia has made money—truly an idiot will get rich in real estate in this province because of Gordon Campb...
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Dianne Watts-B.C. Conservatives (47%) support in Surrey-Fraser Valley  Sep 18, 2009
ZEUS poll-Random sample of SCE in Surrey, and Fraser Valley of 504 respondents between September 13-17, 2009. Margin of error approximately (4.5%) 19 times out of 20. Adjusted for population and gender--honourarium provided...
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Pitt Meadows on On-Line Gambling and Casino.  Sep 15, 2009
50 respondents--in Pitt Meadows B.C.--subject matter casino development and the raising of On-Line minimums--rejected in this ROBBINS straw poll conducted 12-13-14 September, 2009. Thanks to Jim Van Rassel (604) 328-5398.It'...
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ZEUS poll-Gordon Campbell and BC Liberals -Awful Weeds in OUR Garden-  Sep 12, 2009
ZEUS poll--A survey of 235 British Columbians in the lower mainland of British Columbia--September 9-12, 2009. M.O.E. estimated at 6%-19 times out of 20. A donation provided by Jim Van Rassel (604) 328-5398Q#1-Christy Clark...
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BC NDP takes (20%) lead over BC Liberals--(78%) of B.C.ers want either Premier Campbell or Finance Minister Hansen to resign  Sep 05, 2009
ZEUS poll-(Method)-random telephone-- August 31-September 4, 2009 602 respondents--M.O.E. 4.0%, 19 times out of 20. An "in Kind" donaton provided by Jim Van Rassel (604) 328-5398.This poll presumes a high degree of ‘politica...
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ZEUS poll-Obama invite 2010, UFC, Tamara, Kennedy, Campbell, Regis, Delaney, ROBBINS  Aug 31, 2009
603 respondents obtained by telephone between August 27-30, 2009. MOE 4.0% 19 times out of 20.Premier Campbell has a major political problem—he has become a lightening rod for dissent over his recent announcement to bring in...
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ZEUS poll--HST, Referendum/Recall, 2010 Olympics, Campbell, Huntington, Vander Zalm, James  Aug 25, 2009
A Strategic Calling Environment of 1,044 British Columbians who 'Voted' in the last provincial election-- conducted between August 14 and August 22, 2009. This poll has a scientific MOE of (3.0%) 19 times out of 20. ROBBINS...
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ZEUS poll --Gordon Campbell, Carole James, Dianne Watts, Bill Vander Zalm  Aug 12, 2009
a strategic calling of 411 B.C. Voters between August 9-12, 2009. Our M.O.E (combining conventional calculation) plus ROBBINS---is approxiamately (3.5%)--if this same poll were conducted over the same period of time--20 time...
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ZEUS poll- H.S.T. and more  Aug 04, 2009
ZEUS poll-645 respondents (513 Q#8)-lower mainland of British Columbia including the Fraser Valley-between July 25, 2009-August 2, 2009. MOE 4.0%-Q#8 4.5%. Thanks to Jim Van Rassel (604) 328-5398 for 'In Kind' donation. H....
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Van Rassel levels corruption charges against city of Coquitlam over Burke Mountain  Jul 23, 2009
Coquitlam resident Jim Van Rassel, an advocate in a losing cause for the Burke Mountain families, hoping to keep their large acreage properties, is asking that a public inquiry be held into "the entire matter relating to thes...
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ZEUS poll, B.C.health care poll (2009), ZEUS poll  Jul 06, 2009
A B.C. Health Care poll conducted by Sce Research for the benefit of ZEUS polls. 3,780 respondents. This poll was conducted June 17-29, 2009. This poll has a margin of error of (1%), 19 times out of 20, at 95% confidence/c...
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Coquitlam City politics--The embarassment continues--  Jun 22, 2009
A ROBBINS poll of 215 ‘residential homeowners’ June 17-21, 2009. This poll features a margin of error of 6%, 8 times out of 10. ‘In kind’ research was provided by Jim Van Rassel (604) 328-5398.Observations...
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Poll of BC Liberal voters-2009  Jun 09, 2009
Watch for BC's new Sue a Politician (SAP)--opportunities for average citizens to take on politicians at all levels--who they believe are lying, cheating or stealing from them.There is NOT a consensus among BC Liberal voter/re...
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Why the Judicial Review of Huntington/Oppal should take place in Alberta  May 26, 2009
COURT OF APPEAL...
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ROBBINS Poll--Obama, Low Voter Turnout (48%), Increased Cable (Shaw, CBC, CTV, CanWest) Government fraud/corruption  May 25, 2009
A random sample of 612 respondents in the lower mainland of British Columbia from Vancouver city proper to Surrey BC between May 20-24 2009 including Richmond and the North Shore of Vancouver. 'In Kind' donation from Jim Van ...
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BC's 2009 election --voter turnout below 48%---some seats will not count  May 16, 2009
Here are some of the culprits (ridings) from the 2009 general provincial election--who did not achieve a proper standard of voter turnout--and will be asked by ROBBINS to relinquish their seat. Between now and 2013 any votes...
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BC Election 2009 Poll-ROBBINS Final Answer  May 08, 2009
A targeted strategic calling environment (Sce)-of 832 voters from 2005. This Jim Van Rassel sponsored poll features a-- Margin of error on parties is 2.34% (science-ROBBINS averaging), 19 times out of 20, @ 95% confidence. P...
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ROBBINS Rodeo Round-up--B.C. Election poll-2009 (Burke Mountain, Coquitlam) (originally published April 21, 2009)  May 06, 2009
A strategic calling of 1,117 respondents throughout British Columbia--between 12-19, 2009. Margin of error on leader and party Q#1 (.5%)--based on ROBBINS 'secret' formula. Balance as statistical (3.0%)--Obama question "Ent...
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ROBBINS-Here are a few points about BC election 2009.  May 05, 2009
Here are a few points. There is very little media coverage of the election. Real passion exists among some 'voters' but it’s in clusters--....
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BC New Democrat leader Carole James ‘crushes’ BC Liberal leader Gordon Campbell in 2009 television debate. (12 Undecided’s)  May 04, 2009
Carole James leader of the BC New Democrats ‘Crushed’ Gordon Campbell in the television debate with little more than a week to go before the May 12, 2009 provincial election....
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BC Election 2009--ROBBINS Carbon Tax and Provincial GAS  Apr 30, 2009
A ROBBINS poll based on a random sampling of (450)British Columbians throughout all regions. This poll was conducted between April 25-29, 2009. Margin of error plus or minus (04%), 19 times out of 20 -95%- confidenceThis RO...
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Media claims (BC LIberal-Labour minister) Olga Ilich is good to go for $10.00 minimum-Letter suggests otherwise  Apr 28, 2009
From: Minister, LCS LCS:EX...
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Laurence Cameron's BC Election 09--Is there a Viagra 4 politics?  Apr 26, 2009
Please allow me to preface any of my blithering idiot rambling by saying that there's nothing I dislike more than whiny, argumentative, negative, professional (or volunteer) Opposition hacks, Official or otherwise, bitching...
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BC media 'cheating' for Campbell Liberals  Apr 24, 2009
BC news media—should drop ‘the Bong’ and pay attention....
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Why did Michael Smyth of the Province-mispresent (former) NDP Brad Zubyk?  Apr 23, 2009
In the Thursday, April 23, 2009 edition of the Vancouver Province-Michael Smyth’s headline blares “NDP insider blasts James, her campaign.” In the first paragraph of the article Smyth writes “Another NDP - (the first apparen...
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ROBBINS over Delta South-CBC, Oppal, Dziekanski, Huntington, Prisons  Mar 27, 2009
A telephone dialing poll of 120 "certain" voters in the electoral riding of South Delta, British Columbia March 26 and 27 2009. No margins of error are provided.It’s nice to be back in South Delta once again getting a grip o...
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BC Media Fails to Attend (re-issue) (first released Dec 16, 2003)  Mar 25, 2009
The Media were invited to attend a press conference last week featuring pollster Glen Robbins.BC Liberal supporters are ‘split’ on wanting to see all the contracts relating to the sale of BC RAIL. Virtually all Reform BC supp...
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Van Rassel on Burke Mountain's clear cut  Mar 25, 2009
Hello to you all, (Tri-City, British Columbia)...
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Do the mainstream press and public opinion firms favour the BC Liberals over the BC NDP?  Mar 24, 2009
Two recent polls-one by ROBBINS, a private public opinion polling firm “the most accurate pollster in the World” published March 20, 2009, and another by Ipsos, a French polling firm with offices in Canada, published and disc...
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B.C. citizen Jim Van Rassel set to initiate Litigated Democracy-(SAP) Sue A Politician  Mar 22, 2009
Jim Van Rassel Says "I'm mad as hell and am not going to take it anymore."...
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ROBBINS-"most accurate pollster in the World"--B.C. Election MAYPOLL   Mar 19, 2009
1,117 respondents by telephone-using White pages (phone book) in various regions between March 11-19, 2009 throughout the province of British Columbia (ROBBINSLAND). Based on a ROBBINS professional polling assessment--I woul...
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BC Liberals falter badly in Burnaby, BC--ROBBINS poll  Mar 08, 2009
A ROBBINS telephone poll of 245 residents of Burnaby, British Columbia between March 2-7, 2009. Margin of error is between (5-6%), 19/20 and confidence is 96%.Observations...
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British Columbians don't have trust or confidence in politicians or courts  Feb 25, 2009
A random sample of 256 respondents February 25, 2009. This ROBBINS poll features a margin of error of approximately (05%), 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confidence. Question #2 was ‘provided’ by Jim Van Rassel and question #3 ‘p...
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ROBBINS-2010 Whistler Vancouver Winter Olympics--Poll  Feb 12, 2009
A random telephone and internet survey of 2,010 British Columbians between February 6-12, 2009. Telephone calls were conducted from Sydney Australia, the Internet Survey was conducted from Vancouver B.C. We estimate that if...
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Best places to live in Greater Vancouver---II  Feb 07, 2009
This is a poll of 650 homeowners throughout the lower mainland of British Columbia conducted between June 23 and July 10, 2008. "Liveability" is based on these types of criteria: amenities in the region, real estate prices, c...
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Robbins and Van Rassel on the City of Coquitlam  Feb 05, 2009
Commentary...
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Don't Vote BC--May 09--is supported by majority of British Columbians--ROBBINS  Jan 27, 2009
A random sample of 608 British Columbians between January 20-28, 2009. Margin of error approximates (4.4%)-19 times out of 20 @95%. An Honourarium was paid by Jim Van Rassel--who states that an increase in voters--the same ...
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Glen P.Robbins--Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson--Vancouver's $500 million men.  Jan 11, 2009
A random sample of 620 respondents derived from the White Pages of the Vancouver phone directory with corresponding telephone numbers for that legal jurisdiction. This poll has a margin of error based on ROBBINS estimates of...
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Bountiful--Bill Vander Zalm---Indo Canadian AG's say White Guys exploit women and children.  Jan 09, 2009
Commentary--and sarcasm...
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Is Public Safety being ignored under BC’s Liquor Control?  Nov 21, 2008
Analysis of Robert Bruce McGregor, Point Pub and Best Western Poco Inn and Suites-Crossroads Lounge-liquor license applications....
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ROBBINS--BC Provincial Poll-1.5% margin of error (est.)  Nov 17, 2008
A targeted sample of 820 British Columbians who voted in the last provincial general election. Based on both statistical methodology AND targeted methodology—ROBBINS estimates the margin of error at 1.5%, 19 times out of 20....
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ROBBINS accurately predicts Vancouver, Coquitlam and Surrey elections.  Nov 16, 2008
A couple of items of interest. Actually, ROBBINS not only polled the Vision Vancouver nomination EXACTLY--we did poll Gregor Robertson ahead of Ladner some weeks ago. We never re-published for the obvious reason that his lead...
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ROBBINS--analysis of 2 Coquitlam all candidates meetings plus endorsements and audit  Nov 14, 2008
1. The All-Candidates debate, for Coquitlam city council—three folks for mayor—20-for city councillor. There is only room ‘on the boat’ for one mayor—and eight city councilors....
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Coquitlam city council candidate Jim Van Rassel says   Nov 07, 2008
Another ROBBINS (RSR) Product....
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Who is behind the effort to take BC Conservative Party from leader Wilf Hanni? see Court Petition  Nov 04, 2008
On October 6, 2008 a Petition was filed in the BC Supreme Court by the Petitioner the BC Conservative Party and leader Wilf Hanni....
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Tres belle Coquitlam boutique poll of voters-property owners  Nov 02, 2008
A small sample survey of 55 Coquitlam residents who are property owners, relating to the civic election slated for November 15, 2008---in this strategic calling environments-boutique survey in Coquitlam, British Columbia-coun...
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ROBBINS-Olympic size Scrooge Poll  Oct 20, 2008
This is a targeted survey of 511 respondents (who usually 'vote') throughout the lower mainland of Vancouver (Metro Vancouver) including Vancouver, Burnaby, Tri-City, Richmond, Delta, Surrey, North Vancouver, New Westminster ...
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ROBBINS with property owners over MISSION, BC.  Oct 04, 2008
Method-This is a random telephone sample from a local telephone White Pages of 210 Mission residents and owners of property IN MISSION B.C.,-based on a September 30, 2008 article by Kathy Tomlinson of CBC---where 210 ‘propert...
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Surrey Poll-and more--how to vote strategically in civic elections.  Sep 29, 2008
230 'net' respondents--some shared--between September 27-30, 2008. Margin of error is 4.0%-4.5% based on 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confidence-estimate. White Rock was not called. Jim Van Rassel sponsored this poll.Most popu...
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ROBBINS-Van Rassel BC Bombshell Poll-Gordon Campbell RIP  Sep 07, 2008
A random sample of 456 respondents throughout British Columbia between September 4 and September 7, 2008++++++. This poll features a margin of error of plus or minus 3.75% 19 times out of 20 (lower margin of error estimated ...
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Glen P Robbins to sue Federal government for $35,000,000 (US) dollars  Sep 02, 2008
Glen P. Robbins President and C.E.O. of ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) “the most accurate public opinion pollster in the World” is providing Notice to the Prime Minister’s Office and to the Attorney General of Canada that he “in...
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TOP POLLS and NEWS at ROBBINS for August 08  Aug 28, 2008
From total hits/visitors,unique and return....
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Beijing 2008 Olympics, Vancouver Mayor's Race, Pamela Anderson  Aug 21, 2008
This is a random telephone sample of 625 respondents in the City of Vancouver, British Columbia between August 15 and 21, 2008. This ROBBINS poll features a margin of error of 4.4%, 19 times out of 20 @95% confidence. This ...
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ROBBINS calls on Prime Minister to appoint fed prosecutor for BC Legislature raid--corruption trial  Aug 10, 2008
(Vancouver) ROBBINS Sce Research President and CEO Glen P. Robbins is calling on Prime Minister Stephen Harper to appoint a federal prosecutor to look into the court case involving the raid on the British Columbia legislature...
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Public Opinion in Coquitlam/Port Coquitlam--Who will win Mayor?-ROBBINS Van Rassel  Aug 09, 2008
90 respondents in the city of Coquitlam who follow local municipal politics “closely”. 50 respondents in the city of Port Coquitlam July 30-August 6, 2008--who follow municipal politics closely. No margin of error provided ...
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Public Opinion in BC-More trouble for Olympics-Internet polls unscientific  Aug 06, 2008
On-Line ROBBINS public opinion poll of 5,723 ‘younger’ between the ages of 20-35 British Columbia adult respondents and random telephone poll of 400 ‘younger’ British Columbia adult respondents between the ages of 20-35 betwe...
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ROBBINS OBAMA--ROBBINS most accurate pollster in the WORLD (R)  Jun 20, 2008
For immediate release-ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) President and CEO Glen P. Robbins declares “that the first African American nominee for President of the United States, Illinois Senator Barack Obama has been selected by both...
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Canadian Homeowners have no Property Rights or Charter Rights  Jun 19, 2008
A random sample of 225 respondents in Coquitlam between June 16-18, 2008. No margin of error is included, but is estimated at (5%) owing to the skewed results on similar questions within the poll. This research was prepar...
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ROBBINS PERFECT POLL (RPP)-BC Liberals-carbon tax-2010 Olympics-Losers in BC  Jun 14, 2008
The Glen P. Robbins lawsuit against the BC Government AND 'missing' Section 32 of the Municipal Act-proof of conspiracy theory. Here are some new arrivals to our site over the past few days: Telecom Italia (440) pages; AOL ...
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ROBBINS-Metro Surrey Poll On Dianne Watts  May 26, 2008
Observations/Commentary:...
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I went to the Vision Vancouver debate--there was love-there wasn't no hate-(that's it)  May 24, 2008
I went to the Vision Vancouver debate last night. It was outa sight. (Joplin sings “that’s it”)....
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BC Journalists-the new political arbiters? CanWest's Keith Baldrey-special for Coquitlam Now newspaper  May 14, 2008
Crown vs. coroner's service: nobody wins...
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ROBBINS salutes Michael Smyth at the Province  May 12, 2008
ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) President and CEO Glen P. Robbins salutes Michael Smyth--columnist with the Vancouver Province newspaper....
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Metro Vancouver-Tri-City Businessman-Jim Van Rassel donates to Poco Fire Department  May 10, 2008
To the Port Coquitlam Fire Department Union Executive...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-Port Coquitlam mayor and city council assessment bleak.  May 09, 2008
A random telephone sample of 110 Port Coquitlam residents between May 3-7, 2008. The margin of error for this poll is not included owing to the smaller sample size. This poll was sponsored by Jim Van Rassel (604) 328-5398.O...
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RSR Research - British Columbia Politics May 8, 2008  May 08, 2008
ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) President and CEO Glen P. Robbins declares: That the moment Hillary Clinton departs the Democratic nomination race, and Barack Obama is declared the Democratic nominee seeking to become the next Pr...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-Annual Citizens Assessment of Coquitlam city council  May 01, 2008
Methodology-This ROBBINS poll of 500 residents of the city of Coquitlam between April 23-29, 2008 was conducted by drawing a single sample of size ‘n’ from the greater population-an inference of outcome of a sample to overall...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-Port Moody Skytrain wins 'squeaker' majority in Port Moody  Apr 26, 2008
A random/select sample of 160 Port Moody residents between April 19-22, 2008. This poll based on ROBBINS calculations including measuring response intervals on a per diem basis combined with overall outcomes, and adjustments...
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Metro Vancouver ROBBINS poll-BC Liberal coalition fractures.  Apr 15, 2008
http://www.theattorneysforum.com Commentary...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-Coquitlam city council gets 'rope a doped' by Casino-over boxing  Apr 10, 2008
A random telephone sample of 203 Coquitlam residents on April 8, 2008. This ROBBINS poll (poll meaning ‘counting of heads’) has a margin of error of (7.55%) 19 times out of 20 @94% competency. This ROBBINS poll was sponsore...
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Metro Vancouver Poll V- mine camp  Mar 17, 2008
A Vancouver Metro Poll V-A random telephone sample of 505 residents of Metro Vancouver-4.14 + - 97% confidence competency-This poll was sponsored by Jim Van Rassel, businessman and citizen advocate- (604) 328-5398.Observation...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-Coquitlam-Going Green-Development Going?  Mar 15, 2008
A random (strategically targeted) telephone poll of 126 Coquitlam city residents ‘who voted in the last municipal election in Coquitlam’. This ROBBINS poll was conducted between February 28 and March 8, 2008. This poll was ...
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ROBBINS on green plan in BC Budget-Wishin' and Hopin' and Guessin'  Feb 21, 2008
What to do with Gordon Campbell-Climate Change policy featuring Carole Taylor-BC finance minister....
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British Columbia government emerging as Institutional Whorehouse  Feb 09, 2008
This is about our fourth or fifth poll on this tedious subject matter-Light Rapid Transit-Evergreen Line and features random telephone interviews with 255 voter/respondents in Coquitlam and Port Moody between February 5-8, 20...
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Potential Coquitlam Mayoral candidate Jim Van Rassel responds to Province   Feb 08, 2008
In Response to:...
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Coquitlam city council's 'green plan' OK's The Cutting of 16000 Plus trees  Feb 07, 2008
How We Got Here...
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Campbell 10 Trillion Dollar Transit Plan  Jan 15, 2008
Infosource Media Services Coquitlam British Columbia Canada January/14/2008 Jim Van Rassel Cell 604-328-5398 Fax 604-942-...
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ROBBINS Re-Release of January 2004 'raid on the legislature 'snapshot'!  Jan 11, 2008
A random telephone survey of 375 British Columbians between January 2 and 3, 2004 including 200 from the lower mainland of British Columbia, 120 from the North and Interior including the Okanagan Region, Northern Region, and ...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-ROBBINS on Carole Taylor  Dec 20, 2007
A random sample poll of 1,450 British Columbians residing in Metro Vancouver, including, 740 (Vancouver city proper), 240 (Burnaby), 200 (Tri-city region-Anmore,Belcarra,Port Moody, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Ma...
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Laurence 'the Brain' Cameron takes another stroll on Vancouver's east side shame  Dec 19, 2007
From: Glen P. Robbins-I like Laurence Cameron's vignettes of the stark ugliness of our collective shame-poverty-drugs, the fact that at the end of it-no matter how we want to cheer, elected people, and others in power, don't...
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Consultant with lobby firm which owns Decima Research polling firm-fights for Tasers  Dec 15, 2007
The Canadian Press...
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James Moore MP responds to Jim Van Rassel  Dec 14, 2007
Letter from:"Moore, James - Personal" (response to Jim Van Rassel letter)....
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Jim Van Rassel responds to James Moore MP  Dec 13, 2007
Infosource Media Services...
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James Moore MP responds to Glen P. Robbins  Dec 12, 2007
From: "Moore, James - Personal"...
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Infosource Media Services-Pollster Robbins ASKS James Moore MP-where is accountability?  Dec 11, 2007
Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada...
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InfoSource Media: Conservative Jim Van Rassel speaks to journalists  Nov 30, 2007
Infosource Media Services...
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ROBBINS declares BC NDP leader Carole James winner of 2009 BC election.  Nov 27, 2007
This is a random but 'cleaned up' and targeted survey of 1,899 respondents who are 'always voters in BC general elections' or are 'generally voters'. This poll with methodology below was conducted between November 21, 2007 a...
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ROBBINS Descartes- Omni-BUST  Nov 12, 2007
A random telephone sample of 525 Metro Vancouver respondents between November 8-12, 2007. This ROBBINS poll features a margin of error of 4.0%, 19 times out of 20 @98% competency/confidence. This poll was sponsored in part ...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-ROBBINS Clearwater Revisited-500 Women  Nov 03, 2007
A random sample of 500 women throughout the lower mainland of British Columbia between October 28 and November 3, 2007. This poll features a margin of error of plus or minus 4.5%, 19 times out of 20 @98% competency/confidenc...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-ROBBINS SUPERMAN-takes control of the City of Vancouver  Oct 21, 2007
A random telephone sample of 1,030 residents in the city of Vancouver between October 17 and 21, 2007. This ROBBINS SUPERMAN poll has a margin of error of 2.95%, 19 times out of 20 @99% competency.Observations and Commentary...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-ROBBINS SUPERMAN poll of lower mainland transit  Oct 08, 2007
A random sample of 2,032 respondents by way of telephone interview between October 1 and 8, 2007. This poll features a margin of error of 2.24%, 19 times out of 20 @99% competency/confidence. This poll was sponsored by Glen...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-September 2007, 2010 Vancouver Olympic poll-more bad news!  Sep 04, 2007
A random telephone sample of 600 respondents throughout the province of British Columbia, between August 26-September 04, 2007. Margin of error is 4.5%, 19 times out of 20 @97% competency/confidence (estimates relative to mos...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-500 Women  Aug 21, 2007
A random telephone sample of '500' women living in the City of Vancouver between August 11-19th, 2007. This poll features a margin of error of 3.65%, 19 times out of 20 @95% confidence/competency. This poll was funded by Gl...
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ROBBINS sings praises of New, Improved Coquitlam city council  Jul 31, 2007
Coquitlam city council have got their game, I mean all of it. Previously, it seemed that council really was a series of this faction or that one, with the shortcoming of this oversight (both singularly and collectively) cos...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-Coquitlam goes aggressively anti-development over Riverview  Jul 29, 2007
A random sample of 400 respondents throughout the city of Coquitlam between July 28-29, 2007. This poll features a margin of error of 4.4%, 19 times out of 20 @95% competency. This poll was sponsored by Gentleman Jim Van Ra...
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Metro Vancouver ROBBINS poll-BC'ers demand 3rd political party choice; drinking-driving no change  Jul 23, 2007
A random sample of 940 British Columbians between July 13-18, 2007. This poll features a margin of error of 3.55%, 19 times out of 20 @98% competency. Sponsored by Jim Van Rassel (604)328-5398.This ROBBINS poll conducted dur...
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Metro Vancouver Poll- Gambling in Tri-Cities  Jul 16, 2007
A random telephone sample of 120 Port Coquitlam residents, and 80 Port Moody residents between June 13-15, 2007. No margin of error or other is posted for this sample.Observations:...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-The Times they 'are a changin' in British Columbia politics  Jul 11, 2007
A random telephone sample of 600 British Columbians located in the lower mainland of the province. This ROBBINS poll was conducted between July 4-10th, 2007 and features a margin of error of 4.5%, 19 times out of 20 @95% com...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-What's the real deal with Coquitlam's door to door sales ban?  Jul 09, 2007
A random sample of 420 respondents/residents in the city of Coquitlam between July 5-8, 2007. This poll features a margin of error of 4.15%, 19 times out of 20 @98% competency/confidence.Observations/Commentary:...
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Metro Vancouver/BC ROBBINS drops L Boy 2 Omnibus  Jul 05, 2007
A representative sample of 10,963 British Columbians between June 28-July 4, 2007. This ROBBINS Little Boy 2 poll features a margin of error of 4.55%, 19 times out of 20 @99% competency/confidence. This poll was sponsored b...
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Metro Vancouver Poll reveals journalists against manipulative bosses  Jun 30, 2007
Print journalists most concerned...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-ROBBINS give Port Coquitlam City Hall a 'glance'.  Jun 24, 2007
A random telephone sample of 125 residents of Port Coquitlam between June 12 and 18th, 2007 who are homeowners in Port Coquitlam. This ROBBINS 'quick survey' has a plus or minus error rate of 7.5%, 19 times out of 20 @99% co...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-ROBBINS on BC Liberal sale of UBC golf course to Musqueam natives, and new Chinese political party  Jun 23, 2007
This is a random sample ROBBINS poll of 1,025 British Columbians between June 17 and 22nd, 2007. It features a margin of error of 3.13%, 19 times out of 20 @98% competency/confidence. This poll was sponsored by ROBBINS and ...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-Vanoc Olympic size Yacht-the last straw  Jun 21, 2007
Glen P. Robbins, President and CEO of ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) announces that ROBBINS 'insiders' report that Vanoc has "either purchased or leased a multi-million dollar Yacht for the express purpose of entertaining elites...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-ROBBINS polls grade 12 graduates at lower mainland public schools  Jun 18, 2007
A random telephone sample of 500 lower mainland students who expect to graduate in spring 2007, expect to attend a commencement ceremony, expect to receive a certificate or other acknowledgment indicating they have graduated ...
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More information on house tax breaks for rich Whistler residents  Jun 17, 2007
BC Tax payers subsidizing Whistlers Property Taxes!...
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Omnibus relating to Workers (and other) in British Columbia  Jun 14, 2007
A random telephone sample of 520 British Columbians between June 9-12, 2007. This ROBBINS ASK, Jim Van Rassel (604) 328-5398 sponsored poll features a margin of error of 4.45%, 19 times out of 20 @95% competency (owing to so...
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Campbell's Whistler friends get 'special advantage' and tax breaks  Jun 13, 2007
There are two more things emerging as more fact than conjecture. The allegation that Gordon Campbell is the Mayor of BC is well founded. All of his actions, from tax breaks for the rich in his first term (billions) to his p...
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Read this: ROBBINS foresaw conflict between Olympics and Health Care in 2003  Jun 10, 2007
When reading this retro poll (the first of many to be re-published as we 'photograph' the death of Gordon Campbell as Premier), and particularly this one, it is important to consider the theory suggested by the questions in t...
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Olympics-create homelessness  Jun 05, 2007
As you can see from past Olympics and projections for the Olympics in the future, there is an extremely high social and moral cost with hosting the Olympics. If you were to tell everyone involved in getting the Olympics for V...
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Metro Vancouver/BC ROBBINS 'Biggy' poll of British Columbians  Jun 04, 2007
A random telephone sample of 1,100 British Columbians between May 22 and June 2, 2007. This poll features a margin of error of 2.12%, 19 times out of 20 @99% competency/confidence. This poll was sponsored by ROBBINS ASK, RO...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-BC Suburbia speaks to BC MLA pay hikes and pay raises  May 23, 2007
A random telephone sample of 520 British Columbians throughout suburban BC ridings including Burquitlam (highest BC NDP support Q#1), Port Moody Westwood (highest BC Liberal support Q#1-even with BC NDP), Burke Mountain/Port ...
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ROBBINS calls Province's Michael Smyth article on BC Liberals 'mainstream pandering'  May 20, 2007
I take exception to Michael Smyth's article in the Vancouver Province dated May 20, 2007 that suggests that "Despite scandals Campbell would win a majority."...
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Metro Vancouver Poll-Low Income Housing threats against Vanoc Dir. vs. Riverbend development 'swindle'  May 16, 2007
A random sample of 100 British Columbians residing in the Tri-city of the lower mainland. This poll is sponsored by ROBBINS ASK and Jim Van Rassel of New Trend Optical (604) 942-9300. This survey was conducted on May 16, 20...
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ROBBINS responds to Vancouver Sun Editorial on Surrey's crime rate  May 15, 2007
THE VANCOUVER SUN THE EDITORIAL PAGE THE NEWSPAPER’S VIEWRe: “The jury’s still out on why Surrey’s crime rate has dropped drastically”...
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Metro Vancouver/BC ROBBINS poll-BC Government hitting 'bottom'  May 10, 2007
A random sample of 620 British Columbians throughout the province between May 4th and 9th, 2007. This poll of 'voters' features a margin of error of 3.55%, 19 times out of 20 @97% competency/confidence (owing in part to ques...
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ROBBINS provides different slant on Trasolini/China trip  May 07, 2007
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ROBBINS questions results of Independent Report on Wages   May 07, 2007
A random telephone sample of 150 lower mainland respondents between May 4-6th, 2007, with 119 respondents 'qualifying' for Question #2 and beyond. This survey was paid for by Glen P Robbins and Associates and Jim Van Rassel,...
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A raise for WHAT?  May 05, 2007
Conservative for BC Jim Van Rassel believes the recent Independent report recommending wage increases for MLA's and the Premier of 30-50% to be "larcenous". "The increase for the Premier alone, is equivalent to the average ho...
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ROBBINS on MLA pay raises-an Ode to Premier James  May 03, 2007
An independent review has determined some hefty pay raises for politicians in BC. ROBBINS agrees that MLA’s should be paid more. To us this isn’t about attracting better people although it seems to be the rationale for most...
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Public opinion Czar ROBBINS finds Campbell/Dobell 'guilty'  Apr 30, 2007
As many people around me have noted, I have from time to time exercised more authority in my opinions and estimations of political actors, than has been granted me by establishment authority....
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Vancouver Canucks have True Grit  Apr 28, 2007
Watching the Vancouver Canucks in their second playoff game against the Anaheim Might Ducks, in Anaheim, brought tingles to my spine....
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A little ROBBINS truth serum-  Apr 26, 2007
A random sample of 520 respondents throughout British Columbia, including the North, Interior, Kootenays, Fraser Valley, Lower Mainland, Vancouver City, Vancouver Island including Victoria, Saanich, Nanaimo and Campbell River...
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ROBBINS estimates on ROBBINS Sce Research 'readership' since 2002  Apr 25, 2007
Estimates for current 'readership' 2002 to date: British Columbia-60,000 +; Canada-250,000; United States-1,000,000 +; World-100,000. Anticipated 'readership' through to end Year 2008- BC-150,000; Canadians-450,000...
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ROBBINS on Terrorism BC Style  Apr 21, 2007
How in the name of Mary and Joseph can British Columbians (or anyone else) take our province seriously?...
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BC Liberal support plummets with view to general federal election  Apr 19, 2007
A random telephone sample of 840 respondents between April 12-18, 2007 in the lower mainland of British Columbia. This ROBBINS poll features a margin of error of 3.55%, 19 times out of 20 @95% competency (owing to instrinsic...
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Find out what British Columbians would pay $$ to see top Rock 'N' Roll Acts  Apr 17, 2007
This is an Internet poll of 4,600 British Columbians living in the lower mainland of the province regarding Rock 'N' Roll ACTS. These amounts could be higher or lower in reality, and are based on specific persons who "have a...
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BC Province newspaper permits BC Liberal members to 'cook' public opinion.  Apr 16, 2007
To the Province newspaper-...
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ROBBINS provides advice to PoCo city council relating to Scott Young matter.  Apr 14, 2007
At a press conference this week, Port Coquitlam Mayor Scott Young admitted that he has a problem with alcohol, and will seek treatment. Fair enough....
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BC Conservative Jim Van Rassel joins with BC NDP Leader Carole James on $10 minimum wage  Apr 13, 2007
Jim Van Rassel, BC small businessman for over two decades proclaims his "unequivocal support for BC NDP leader Carole James's recent demand for a provincial $10 minimum wage, including a small adjustment downward for small bu...
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Mr. Harper: You have a problem in British Columbia (it's your MP's)  Apr 12, 2007
On November 5, 2003 ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) released a poll relating to the CA merger with the Progressive Conservatives at that time. In a large sample of Canadian Alliance members the poll revealed that Stephen Harper ...
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With Extreme Prejudice  Apr 08, 2007
Brian McCristall, publisher of the Tri-City News in Tri-City British Columbia, writes in an editorial in his newspaper bemoaning low election turn-outs (5% in by-election). As part of the solution to voter apathy Mr. McCrist...
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ROBBINS calls on Mayor Scott Young to resign  Apr 05, 2007
Glen P Robbins, President and CEO of ROBBINS ASK, ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) and ROBBINS MediaWorks is demanding that Port Coquitlam city council take immediate steps to “relieve Mayor Scott Young of his duties until matters...
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A Dear John letter  Apr 04, 2007
I am writing concerning Tri-City Chamber of Commerce Dennis Marsden’s ridiculous puff piece in the Tri-City News on April 4, 2007....
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James Moore up to his 'Fins' with Moore trouble  Apr 03, 2007
This 'sample' of 150 respondents in the riding of Port Moody/Westwood/Port Coquitlam reflects the challenges being encountered by incumbent MP James Moore of the Conservative party, when confronted with local candidates with ...
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Vancouver Green Olympics 'off the rails'.  Mar 30, 2007
A random telephone poll of 1,020 British Columbians between March 23-29th, 2007. This ROBBINS poll features a margin of error of 3.15%, 19 times out of 20 @96% confidence/competency. This poll was funded by Glen P. Robbins ...
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Coquitlam by-election debacle  Mar 23, 2007
On Saturday March 3, 2007, the Coquitlam city council seat vacated by 'dine n' dash' city councillor Hollington was filled by Union backed candidate Neal Nicholson. Second place went to BC Liberal/James Moore endorsed candid...
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Are Green Party Leader Elizabeth May and Coquitlam councillor environmentalist Fin Donnelly going Conservative?  Mar 23, 2007
Glen P Robbins, President and CEO of ROBBINS ASK, ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) and ROBBINS MediaWorks announces “an unconfirmed report”, that the Harper Conservative government has...
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British Columbians 'split' on Stephen Harper and Conservative Government's 2007 Budget  Mar 22, 2007
A random telephone sample of 1,740 respondents throughout the Province of British Columbia between March 19-21, 2007. This poll reservedly attracts a margin of error of 5.75%, 18 times out of 20 @95% confidence/competency. ...
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BC Liberal government's 'Race to the bottom'  Mar 21, 2007
A random sample of 525 respondents throughout the lower mainland of British Columbia between March 15-20, 2007. This poll features a margin of error of 4.75%, 19 times out of 20 @95% competency/confidence. This poll was pai...
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Glen P Robbins calls on BC Attorney General to pursue first degree murder charges in death of Delta mother and unborn child  Mar 13, 2007
PRESS RELEASE ROBBINS ASK...
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Translink's Twin $$ OK, the rest is garbage...speaking of which look at Trasolini's reasoning!  Mar 09, 2007
This is a representative sample of 10,448 respondents throughout the lower mainland of British Columbia,paid for by Glen P. Robbins and Associates, ROBBINS Media Works, and Jim Van Rassel proprietor New Trend Optical (604) 94...
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ROBBINS re-release Should the BC Liberal government hold a pre-emptive inquiry into the dubious LRT-Evergreen Line?  Mar 08, 2007
Another excellent ROBBINS ASK poll, produced in part by Jim Van Rassel in conjunction with Glen P. Robbins and Associates and ROBBINS Sce Research. A random sample of 520 residents in Port Moody, Coquitlam, and Port Coquitlam...
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A return letter from Jim Van Rassel to Tory MP James Moore  Mar 01, 2007
February 28, 2007 An Open letter to my Member of Parliament Mr. James Moore, Member of Parliament, House of Commons, Ottawa, Ontario, K1A OA6...
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Conservative for BC Van Rassel-An open letter to James Moore MP  Feb 28, 2007
February 28, 2007 An Open letter to my Member of Parliament...
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BC Liberal Budget flatter than a Dutch panakook  Feb 27, 2007
Thought for the day: ""My choice early in life was either to be a piano-player in a whorehouse or a politician. And to tell the truth, there's hardly any difference." Harry S. Truman, ...
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ROBBINS REASONS-BCer's take Cops over Courts  Feb 22, 2007
Methodology-This is a random telephone sample of 525 British Columbians in the lower mainland of the Province conducted between February 21 to 23, 2007. This poll features a margin of error of between 4.5%, 19 times out of 2...
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ROBBINS warns against online polls in mainstream media.  Feb 19, 2007
Glen P. Robbins President and CEO of ROBBINS ASK and ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) along with Jim Van Rassel, ROBBINS sponsor and Tri-city businessman are warning the public against "potentially manipulative and deceitful On-li...
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Best Places to live in Greater Vancouver   Feb 16, 2007
This is a poll of 650 homeowners throughout the lower mainland of British Columbia conducted between January 23 and February 10, 2007. "Liveability" is based on these types of criteria: amenities in the region, real estate ...
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Campbell's Green plan   Feb 15, 2007
Methodology: A significant number of respondents (estimated at 25%) did not want to take the poll based on the introduction “I am calling (area) with ROBBINS Sce Research to ask a few questions relating to the recent Throne ...
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Northeast sector's Transportation Hole---lot a nothin'  Feb 14, 2007
Glen P. Robbins, President and CEO of ROBBINS ASK and ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) is demanding on behalf of the people living in the northeast sector of the lower mainland of Vancouver that BC Liberal Transportation Minister ...
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Olympic 2010 costs a lullapalooza Loser with Vancouver citizens  Feb 12, 2007
A random telephone sample of 405 Vancouver residents between February 9th and February 12th, 2007. This poll features a margin of error of 5.2%, 18 times out of 20 @ 96% competency/confidence. This poll was sponsored by Gle...
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ROBBINS 'The Secret' reveals British Columbians prefer Greenspace to Land claims  Feb 11, 2007
Respondents in the lower mainland of British Columbia don’t agree with using land from the Agricultural Land Reserve to settle aboriginal treaties in the province. This majority might be considered to be higher considering t...
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Death of BC's Premier-The Dawn of a New Era  Jan 31, 2007
Methodology-This is a random telephone dialing of 620 respondents throughout the Greater Vancouver Regional District between January 27th and 31st, 2007. This ROBBINS poll of citizens opinions is accurate 19 times out of 20,...
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Federal Liberal leader Stephane Dion snubs Tri-City Chamber of Commerce  Jan 28, 2007
ROBBINS ASK, ROBBINS Sce Research President and CEO Glen P. Robbins proclaims his visit to the Tri-City Chamber of Commerce luncheon for federal Liberal leader Stephane Dion “a disappointment of significant proportion”. Adds...
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“Is Coquitlam moving toward Bayou politics?”  Jan 25, 2007
A random telephone sample of 320 residents in the City of Coquitlam between January 18th and January 21st, 2007. This poll features a margin of error of 4.75% (given # of additional soft baselines), 19 times out of 20 @99% c...
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Will former BC Socred and current BC Liberal spin-man Greg Lyle lend any Innovation to dying mainsteam polling   Jan 20, 2007
Glen P. Robbins, President and CEO of ROBBINS ASK and ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) asks the BC public to "Do the right thing and stop reading the Vancouver Sun." The establishment media, and in particular this provincial ne...
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ROBBINS questions another mainstream poll!  Jan 18, 2007
January 17, 2007 ROBBINS ASK Vancouver B.C. www.robbinssceresearch.comGlen P. Robbins President and CEO of ROBBINS ASK calls the most recent CTV/ Strategic Counsel poll from Toronto...
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ROBBINS ASK 'Sound as a Pound' with 454 in Vancouver.  Jan 16, 2007
A random telephone sample of 454 respondents in the City of Vancouver between January 11th and 15th, 2007. This ROBBINS ASK poll features a margin of error of 5.75%, 18 times out of 20 @ 95% competence/confidence level. Thi...
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Should BC Lottery ticket sellers with large #'s of wins over $10,000 be investigated by the Police or the Ombudsman?  Jan 05, 2007
A random digit dialing of 565 respondents throughout the province of British Columbia between December 21st, 2006 and January 02, 2007. This ROBBINS ASK poll features a margin of error of 5.25%, 18 times out of 20 @95% compe...
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ROBBINS ASK -Van Rassel Omniblast Christmas poll  Dec 19, 2006
This is a random digit dialing of 1,045 respondents throughout all regions of British Columbia and has been weighted for population distribution and gender, but not for age demographic. (62%) of all calls and (65%) of all re...
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BC Liberal Geoff Plant's Campus 20/20 initiative-'just more political swizz' according to public  Nov 07, 2006
A random sample of 460 respondents in a strategic calling environment including: Burnaby (150), New Westminster (20), Port Moody (15), Coquitlam (100), Anmore (5), Belcarra (5), Port Coquitlam (40), Pitt Meadows (25), and Map...
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Conservative for BC Chair Jim Van Rassel demands Gordon Campbell dismantle Translink  Oct 21, 2006
Conservative for BC Chair Jim Van Rassel is demanding that Premier Gordon Campbell immediately “fire the Translink Board and dismantle Translink.”...
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Conservative for BC demands a halt to any further studies on Tri-City Evergreen Line @ only 9% public support.  Oct 18, 2006
October 13, 2006 Press Release- Tri-City, British Columbia- Jim Van Rassel Chair-Conservative for BC is demanding that Translink abandon its $16 million dollar study for the Light Rail (“Evergreen Line”) immediately....
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ROBBINS-ASK-trends in public opinion  Oct 13, 2006
NOTICE: The publishing brand ASK, or “ASK” is legally owned and registered (through a third party) in BC and Canada by public opinion pollster Glen P. Robbins (2001). This brand name was further confirmed through the public...
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Conservative for BC Jim Van Rassel speaks on 2010 cost overruns  Oct 04, 2006
A combined random sampling and Internet poll of 2,250 British Columbians between September 23th and October 2nd, 2006. Adjustments were made based primarily on gender, and generally for age (Internet). The poll has a margi...
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Northeast sector on Rapid Transit-Taxes  Oct 03, 2006
A random sample of 650 residents of Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, and Port Moody, adjusted for gender and population for each city. This survey was conducted between September 21-28, 2006 and features a margin of error of 4.4%,...
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ROBBINS deconstructs a mainstream public relations poll  Sep 30, 2006
On September 29, 2006, The Vancouver Province published a poll which states "BC Liberals hold 10-point lead in new poll". "The information provided in the article suggests something else altogether," says ROBBINS Sce Researc...
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Majority of lower mainland BCers want 'a sacrifice' over huge 2010 cost overruns  Sep 19, 2006
A random telephone survey of 515 respondents located in the lower mainland of British Columbia between September 15-18, 2006. This survey features a margin of error of 5.25%, 18 times out of 20 @ 95% competency. This poll w...
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Senate reform, and accountability in government-Are Gordon Campbell's Liberals corrupt too?  Sep 14, 2006
This is an online poll of 5,288 British Columbians between September 7-13, 2006 and features a margin of error of 2.55%, 19 times out of 20 @ 97% competency. This poll was sponsored by New Trend Optical (604) 942-9300, Jim ...
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Tri-City, BC bellwether reveals Campbell okay but party in the Soup  Sep 07, 2006
A random telephone sample of 410 residents in the Tri-City area including Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, and Port Moody between September 2 and 7, 2006. This survey features a margin of error of plus or minus 5.25%, 18 times out...
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18-24 year old Tri-City residents 'split' on needle exchange  Sep 01, 2006
A random sample of 1,000 respondents between the ages of 18-24 in the Tri-City region of British Columbia (net 180 from Q#1), between August 10-17, 2006. This poll features a margin of error of 4.4% (specific demographic), 1...
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BCers say "NO" (67%) to needle exchange-OOOPS! Mustel Group says 78% want needle exchange--Who will the PM believe?  Aug 30, 2006
This poll represents a random sample of 1,200 British Columbians throughout all regions of the province. This poll was conducted between August 22 and August 29, 2006 and features a margin of error of 2.85%, 19 times out of ...
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BC Liberals "Bungle in the Jungle" (with addendum)  Aug 03, 2006
A random sample of 500 British Columbians between July 31, and August 3 2006. This ROBBINS poll features a margin of error of 5.25%, 18 times out of 20 @95% competency (confidence). This poll was financed in part by New Tre...
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Unaccountability in Lotus Land (BC)  Jul 27, 2006
A random sample of 500 respondents throughout Port Moody, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam (Tri-City) and the city of Surrey proper, between July 22-July 27, 2006. This poll features a margin of error of 3.75%, 18 times out of 20 @...
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Is city hall in Port Moody and Rocky Pointe restaurant development in trouble?  Jul 20, 2006
Tri-City News Coquitlam Now...
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ROBBINS advances complaint to HAD Oliver (Conflict Commissioner) over West Van MP Joan McIntyre and BC Liberal Agenda Committee  Jul 17, 2006
Glen P. Robbins robbins.canada@email.com...
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Coquitlam City, BC (avec Maillairdville), BC's bellwether on softwood lumber deal  Jul 12, 2006
A random sample of 414 respondents within the City of Coquitlam (avec Maillardville). This poll was conducted between July 7-12th, 2006. This poll features a margin of error of 3.95%, 19 times out of 20 @ 96% competency.Fac...
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It is what it is- Life on Earth-ROBBINS MAC  Jul 09, 2006
A random sample of 1,047 British Columbians between July 1 and 7, 2006 (Sce Research 1998). This poll features a margin of error of 3.45%, 18 times out of 20 @ 98% competency.Facts and inferences: (Glen P. Robbins) A person...
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ROBBINS and U.S. partner McFarlane on Harper et al in BC  Jun 27, 2006
A random sample of 2,035 British Columbians between June 17-24, 2006. The poll features a margin of error of 2.15%, 19 times out of 20 @97% competency.ROBBINS- Less than one in five in rural areas support an overall...
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BC Liberal Government Transportation plans and BC Ferries come under Fire!  Jun 15, 2006
A random telephone survey of 754 respondents throughout the lower mainland of British Columbia who ‘claimed they voted in the last general provincial election’ including the Fraser Valley between June 8-13, 2006. This survey...
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Does the democratic deficit encourage terrorists?  May 24, 2006
This is a random sampling of respondents in areas described in the poll as part of a representation of provincial public opinion, which is reasonably satisfied in both areas of study. This public opinion poll was conducted b...
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ROBBINS on tobacco, drugs and alcohol- plus CPC budget + crime  May 09, 2006
This is a random digit dialing of 645 British Columbians between May 5-9, 2006. It features a margin of error of 3.75%, 19 times out of 20 @96% competency. Glen P. Robbins and Associates sponsored this poll.Commentary: Qui...
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Of BC Teachers and 'softwood'  May 04, 2006
A random digit dialing of 514 respondents throughout the lower mainland of British Columbia including: Burnaby, Coquitlam, Delta, Maple Ridge, New Westminster, Pitt Meadows, Port Moody, Surrey and Vancouver City. This ROBBI...
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Chinese head tax, China's 'spying' and God Save the Queen  Apr 27, 2006
A random digit dialing of 650 British Columbians between April 21 and April 27, 2005. This survey features a margin of error of 4.5%, 18 times out of 20 @96% competency. Glen P. Robbins and Associates funded this survey.Fac...
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Ted Hughes Report- BC Children and Families-What would Bubbles do?  Apr 15, 2006
First Published at 1:04 PM PST April 15, 2006. This is a random digit dialing of 1,045 British Columbians between April 8-15, 2006. This survey features a margin of error of 2.75%, 19 times out of 20 @98% competency. In term...
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How will changing fortunes in Alberta's political world affect BC?  Apr 08, 2006
This is a segment survey of a larger ROBBINS poll with only these two questions reported herein. Some respondents were garnered outside the context of the large ‘original poll’. In this context this is a survey. The number...
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British Columbians who support federal Liberals tell ROBBINS who they want for leader  Mar 29, 2006
This is a survey of 207 British Columbians in the lower mainland of the Province between March 19-25, 2006, including Vancouver, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Burnaby, Surrey, and Richmond who were called from ‘lists’, whi...
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Tri-City, BC is provinces microcosm on Transportation issues-ROBBINS  Mar 27, 2006
A random telephone survey of 484 respondents in the Cities of Port Moody, Port Coquitlam, and Coquitlam (collectively Tri-City B.C.,) between March 16-25, 2006. (No person with a surname the same as any city councillor or Ma...
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BC Health Poll-BC'ers cautious about 2 tier-BC Liberals losses R Greens gains.  Mar 10, 2006
A random digit dialing telephone survey of 630 respondents throughout 14 regions in the Province of British Columbia between March 1st. and March 8th, 2006. This survey features a margin of error of 3.75%, 18 times out of 20 ...
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Re-release: Has BC's booming real estate market been infected by fraud?  Mar 03, 2006
Methodology- A random sample of 250 ‘qualified’ respondents in the lower mainland of British Columbia between February 3-8, 2006. This survey features a margin of error of 4.75%, 18 times out of 20, @96% competency.Slightly ...
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ROBBINS letter to U.S. Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez Re: Softwood Lumber file  Feb 27, 2006
The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, District of Columbia 20500...
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Information and Notice on Libel and Slander (including the Internet)  Feb 20, 2006
How to avoid libel and defamation This page was created by the BBC. Updated: 23 Apr 2004 By BBC Action Network team 1. What are defamation and libel? 2. Get your facts right 3. Three tips for writing 4. Common mist...
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Emerson-by ROBBINS  Feb 14, 2006
Methodology- A random sample of 505 British Columbians ‘who say they voted in the past federal general election’, throughout 14 regions of the province between February 10-14, 2006. Final numbers were adjusted for population...
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BCers want ALL Senators elected-1/3 support BC Conservative Party  Feb 07, 2006
Methodology- A poll of 550 British Columbians between January 30, and February 4, 2006. This Poll features a margin of error of 4.25%, 19 times out of 20 @ 97% competency rate. 47 telephone interviews by Glen P. Robbins per...
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British Columbians desperate for Accountability from government  Jan 19, 2006
Sce Research-Methodology- A random digit dialing 642 British Columbians throughout the Province between January 15-19, 2006. This ROBBINS Poll features a margin of error of 2.75%, 19 times out of 20 @ 98% competency. This P...
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Port Coquitlam citizens OK Wal-Mart-says ROBBINS NewTrend poll  Dec 22, 2005
An independent random telephone survey equal to a representative sample of 2.030 citizens in Port Coquitlam. The size of the sample and the acuteness of polarization in most questions make a margin of error of (4.45%), 17 ti...
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BC Pollster ROBBINS has very different #'s than Strategic Counsel of Ontario-who is accurate?  Dec 09, 2005
A random digit dialing of 485 residents in the lower mainland of British Columbia including Vancouver, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Surrey, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Port Moody, Port Coquitlam, Mission, Maple Ridge, Langley, La...
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Conservative's take lead in BC-ROBBINS NewTrend Poll reveals  Dec 06, 2005
A random sample of 1,150 British Columbians throughout every region of the province between December 1st and 6th, 2005. This survey features a margin of error of 2.65%, 19 times out of 20 @99% competency. NewTrend Optical...
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CANADIAN ELECTION IN BC-ROBBINS reveals potential election bombshells!! (includes BC regionals by Ipsos)  Dec 01, 2005
Methodology-A digit dialing of 745 respondents throughout 14 regions of British Columbia between November 25th –November 30th, 2005. This survey features a margin of error of 3.45%, 18 times out of 20 @97% competency. Paid...
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Poco's New Trend Optical Poll finds something 'fishy' in the City of Port Moody  Nov 23, 2005
A representative sample of 3,347 residents of Port Moody between November 12th and 18th, 2005. This survey features a margin of error of 3.55%, 18 times out of 20 @96% competency. This survey has been paid for in part by Ji...
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ROBBINS nails Vancouver, Surrey and Coquitlam elections-named best pollster  Nov 22, 2005
November 20, 2005 ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) www.robbinssceresearch.com For immediate Release- ROBBINS Sce Research ‘voted in’ over mainstream press...
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Vancouver civic election-looks to close to call  Nov 15, 2005
A digit dialing of 245 respondents in the City of Vancouver between November 8-10, 2005. This survey features a margin of error of 4.95%, 18 times out of 20 @98% competency.Although a majority of respondents support outgoing...
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Surrey Mayor Poll  Nov 11, 2005
This is a digit dialing of 205 “dedicated municipal voters” in the City of Surrey, British Columbia between October 4th and 11th, 2005. This poll features a margin of error of 4.75%, 18 times out of 20 @96% competency level....
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In depth research in Coquitlam pre civic election (Vancouver suburb pop. 130k)  Nov 08, 2005
A representative sample (not digit dialing) of 9,165 Coquitlam residents who are eligible to vote, between November 1 and November 6, 2005. This survey has a margin of error of 2.45%, 19 times out of 20 @99% competency facto...
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Is Coquitlam the worst run city in all of British Columbia?  Oct 24, 2005
A random digit dialing of 225 Coquitlam residents who have indicated that they are (a) likely to vote in Coquitlam, and (b) have their principal residence in Coquitlam between September 23-29, 2005. This survey features a ma...
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BC lower mainland residents see $500,000 'fine' against BC Teachers as unjust as support for BC Teachers increases  Oct 23, 2005
This is a digit dialing of 250 respondents throughout the following areas of the lower mainland of British Columbia on October 21, 2005: Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, Port Moody, New Westminster, Surr...
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ROBBINS poll calls Teachers strike 'on the money'  Oct 20, 2005
A random digit dialing of 305 respondents between October 15-18, 2005. A specific targeting and audit of parents with a child or children in public schools was also conducted outside the main body of the poll. This survey f...
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BC Government loses application on teachers' strike  Oct 13, 2005
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BC Teachers Strike-Forget the media, find out what parents really think  Oct 08, 2005
A representative sample of 4,485 parents with children in public schools grades K-12 throughout the lower mainland of British Columbia on October 6, 2005. This poll features a margin of error of 7.5%, 8 times out of 10 @ 95%...
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Is Christy already turning crispy?  Sep 24, 2005
A digit dialing random (thorough) sample of 235 residents in Vancouver who voted in the last federal and provincial election(s). This poll was conducted between September 17 and 21, 2005. Approximately 3.5 respondents were ...
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BC Teachers and GAS  Aug 24, 2005
Methodology- A digit dialing survey of 2,140 telephone addresses in British Columbia between August 17 and August 25, 2005. Of these, 1,450 respondents agreed to take the 2 to 2.5 minute survey. Of these, 1,450 potential re...
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BC's Pine Beetle 911 Emergency  Aug 14, 2005
ROBBINS callers interviewed by way of random digit dialing 840 respondents throughout 14 regions of British Columbian including Prince George, Fort Fraser, McKenzie, Fort St. John, Williams Lake, 100 Mile House, Enderby, Kaml...
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The Fantastic Foresight of former BC Premier Bill Vander Zalm  Jul 11, 2005
Pool of respondents into merged poll- A random survey of 325 Reform, Canadian Alliance, and Conservative ‘voters and supporters’ merged from various ‘lists’ into one central list for the purposes of this poll. This survey wa...
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Coquitlam Mayor and BC Liberal supporter Kingsbury in trouble in Coquitlam  Jun 22, 2005
A digit dialing of 295 respondents ‘inclined to vote in civic elections’ throughout the City of Coquitlam between July 2-11, 2005. This survey features a margin of error of 5.45%, 18 times out of 20 @95% competency level.Sli...
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British Columbians tell Campbell government-don't sell anymore of our stuff and MLA's mind your backyard.  Jun 12, 2005
Methodology- What we did in this poll was to divide the province into four distinct regions, which covered all 79 ridings. These regions included Vancouver, Vancouver Island, the Lower Mainland of BC, and the northern and in...
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The democratic deficit through voting erosion  May 24, 2005
Scientifically speaking approximately 24% of British Columbians who voted in the most recent general provincial election accept some of the more extraordinary provisions under both provincial and federal statutes for voting....
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Once again ROBBINS only news agency to foresee election (BC) result  May 21, 2005
An email of your article on the recent Globe and Mail poll by Strategic Counsel was sent to me from one of my readers. I have reviewed for the thousandth time the general criteria established for so-called scientific polls.E...
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BC NDP Leader Carole James KO's Campbell 'cold' in all station TV debate  May 06, 2005
This is a random digit dialing of 1,220 respondents between May 3-5, 2005 throughout all regions of British Columbia. This survey is estimated to have a margin of error of 1.50%- 3.75%, 18 times out of 20 @98% competency.Bri...
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ROBBINS calls BC Election close-Ipsos Reid claims BC Liberals have big lead  Apr 26, 2005
A random digit dialing of 525 BC respondents between April 25-27, 2005. Respondents were pre-qualified in that (i) they voted in the last general federal election, and (ii) they said they were aware of both Gordon Campbell, ...
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BC Liberals hold statistical lead over NDP (Province) plus six suburbs  Apr 08, 2005
A random digit dialing of 1672 respondents ‘voters’ throughout 76 individual ridings and 14 designated regions in British Columbia between March 12th-21nd, 2005. (Cites towns and regional calling numbers available for a fee)...
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RSR Research - British Columbia Politics March 16, 2005  Mar 16, 2005
A digit dialing of 1,000 respondents throughout the British Columbia constituency of West Vancouver Garibaldi between March 1st and March 13th, 2005. This survey is reflective of a representative sample of 16,667 respondents...
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ROBBINS polls without spin reveal BC Liberals in trouble in Prince George  Feb 24, 2005
A digit dialing of 345 respondents throughout 3 British Columbia constituencies in the North Central part of the province including specifically (1) Prince George-Mt. Robson, (2) Prince George-Omineca, (3) Prince George-North...
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Budget bounce for BC Liberals in Port Moody Westwood (abridged version)  Feb 16, 2005
A digit dialing survey of 500 respondents in the provincial constituency of Port Moody Westwood between February 12-17, 2005. 200 respondents were derived by Glen P. Robbins personally, making this survey a reasonably estima...
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Pollster ROBBINS leads way on billion dollar BC movie negotiation  Jan 16, 2005
A random digit dialing survey of 720 respondents throughout 37 ridings in British Columbia between January 14-17, 2005. An ‘audit’ of 50 calls in Coquitlam, Port Moody, Burnaby, Mission, Surrey, was conducted personally by ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics January 5, 2005  Jan 05, 2005
This is a random telephone digit dialing survey involving 500 ‘principle residents’ of Vancouver Langara, a constituency in the province of British Columbia between January 7-14, 2005. This survey has been compared to other ...
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BC New Democrats take decisive 'finite structural' lead over BC Liberals  Nov 15, 2004
This is a random survey of a ‘targeted composition’ of 2,235 respondents in all regions of British Columbia. This survey was conducted between November 10-16, 2004. It features a margin of error of 2.75%, 19 times out of 20...
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BC Teachers are currently the class of professionals in the Province  Nov 06, 2004
A targeted survey of 235 ‘mothers with a child or children who attend K-12 in public schools in the lower mainland of British Columbia’. These respondents were taken from previous surveys undertaken by ROBBINS in 2002, where...
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BC Liberals use taxpayer money for election advantage  Oct 22, 2004
A targeted survey of 1,080 respondents throughout 14 regions in British Columbia between October 14th and October 21, 2004, beginning on Vancouver Island (October 14th, 2004), throughout Northern and Interior of BC, and concl...
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ROBBINS helps save Vancouver City $700,000 on 'ward system'  Sep 11, 2004
A random survey of 750 respondents throughout the City of Vancouver, all of whom “normally vote” in Vancouver civic elections with close to 350 respondents being obtained ‘east of main street’, and close to 300 being obtained...
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BC wants an Elected Senator, Ranta and BC Conservatives have tough road, Campbell's BC Liberals cornered!  Aug 09, 2004
Once again, ROBBINS takes the cluttered and corrupt world of BC politics and attempts to make sense of it. This random telephone survey of 650 respondents throughout Vancouver Island, the Lower Mainland of BC, and the Okanag...
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Carole James vs. Gordon Campbell-ROBBINS assesses the competitors  Jul 28, 2004
This is a random telephone survey of 1,340 respondents throughout the Greater Vancouver Regional District including Vancouver City, Richmond, Delta, North Vancouver, (Squamish-Whistler-Pemberton *Whistler interview were done ...
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Coquitlam City Municipal government goes good-fellas  Jul 19, 2004
A random telephone survey from Vancouver, BC of 225 respondents within the City of Coquitlam between July 18-20, 2004. This survey features a margin of error of plus or minus 2.5%, 18 times out of 20, at 98% competency. Loo...
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Province wide Poll-Re-release (compare these numbers to current events)  Jul 19, 2004
A random telephone survey of 1,580 respondents within the electoral boundaries of British Columbia, relating to Premier Gordon Campbell's approval/disapproval rating, of general support for party choices in the province, and ...
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The Hastings Park slot machine debate  Jul 18, 2004
A random telephone sample of 425 Vancouver City residents between July 13-19, 2004. Some of the questions asked in this survey were also asked in Vancouver City in October 2003, with a similar result. The survey has a margi...
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Re-release- Great Canadian bombshell on the increase of slot machines in Coquitlam  Jul 17, 2004
A random survey of 500 respondents in the City of Coquitlam between September 6-12, 2003, as this relates to increased gaming, specifically an application by The Great Canadian Casino organization to increase the number of ‘s...
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One quarter of Canada's largest municipality believe roads are more important than health and education  Jul 02, 2004
A random telephone sample of 375 respondents on July 2 and 3, 2004 in the City of Surrey, BC. All respondents answered theh introductory question, "in your opinion should Prime Minister Paul Martin call a federal election in...
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Marijuana-BC's new grass cow!  Jun 21, 2004
This is a random telephone survey of 1,150 British Columbians June 17-22, 2004 throughout 14 regions of the province. Respondent contributions reflect relevant voting trends in every region in the last general provincial ele...
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Survey of BC Liberals-Jimmy Pattison-and response to RAV in BC Liberal strongholds(?)  Jun 11, 2004
A random telephone survey of 150 respondents in the BC constituencies of Chilliwack Sumas, Chilliwack Kent, Fort Langley Aldergrove, Port Moody Westwood, and West Vancouver Garibaldi on June 11, 2004. This survey features a ...
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Coquitlam residents choose river over jobs  May 31, 2004
A random telephone survey of 160 Coquitlam residents between May 2-5, 2004. The margin of error is 2.5%, 19 times out of 20 @ 96% competency.Coquitlam residents will choose the saving of the Coquitlam River over the saving o...
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Of BC LIberals-to have and to have not-Proportional Representation-and College Professor and THE MORATORIUM ON OIL AND GAS  May 17, 2004
A random survey of 1,120 British Columbians throughout British Columbia between April 15-27, 2004. The response base was within 1.5% margin of error of the last provincial election in 2001, and the candidates used in the sur...
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Vancouver RAV-more coyote ugly politics in BC  May 13, 2004
A random sample of 405 Vancouverites on May 14, 2004, It features a margin or error of 4.2%, 18 times out of 20, @97% competency.Commentary-No matter how you choose to look at the light rapid transit issue between Vancouver R...
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Robert Picton legal defense-re-release  Apr 30, 2004
A random telephone survey between October 31 and November 4, 2002 relating to legal aid in British Columbia. 500 British Columbians participated in this survey which has an amended margin of error of 5.5%, 18 times out of 20...
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RAV-the unfolding of another political con job by the BC Liberals  Apr 29, 2004
A random telephone survey of 425 respondents in the cities of Burnaby, Coquitlam, and Surrey between April 25-30, 2004. Number of respondents proportioned to population. This survey has a margin of error of 3.75%, 18 times ...
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Richmond RAV-re-release  Apr 27, 2004
A survey of 250 residents in the three provincial constituencies in Richmond, British Columbia. This survey relates to potential use by Richmond residents of the RAV line, benefits of the RAV line, and potential perceived co...
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Who watches 'what' news in Surrey-Parking Stall taxes-The importance of being independent  Apr 19, 2004
A random telephone sample of 1,225 Surrey residents in seven (7) City of Surrey, Provincial constituencies between April 14-19, 2003. The margin of error is between 2.5%-4.5%, 18 times out of 20, @97% competency.After survey...
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Majority of Tri-City respondents want Skytrain down Lougheed corridor  Apr 18, 2004
A random survey of 110 respondents in Coquitlam City, 70 respondents in Port Coquitlam City, and 60 respondents in Port Moody City. This survey features a margin of error of 2.5%-3.5%, 18 times otu of 20 @ 97% competency.It ...
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Women don't like gambling-men do.  Apr 01, 2004
A target survey of 111 women in Victoria, Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond and Port Moody, BC. These women support and would vote for Prime Minister Paul Martin, they have each been in the workforce fo 10 years or more. the marg...
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Voter satisfaction in BC and Canada  Apr 01, 2004
A random telephone survey of 1,860 respondents throughout British Columbia, not adjusted for population. This survey took place between March 25 and April 2, 2004. It features a margin of error of 3.3%, 18 times out of 20, ...
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Re-release of consumer poll-indentifying how British Columbians make choices.  Mar 31, 2004
A random telephone survey of 500 British Columbians undertaken between October 9 and October 14, 2002. This survey features and error rate of plus or minus 7%, 19 times out of 20, @ 98% competency.The Better Business Bureau ...
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Why Gordon Campbell and the BC Liberals will never see 40% again-A scientific examination  Mar 21, 2004
Between 1952-1972 the years of W.A.C Bennett, British Columbia’s most beloved Premier of all time, the Socreds averaged 40.5% at the election polls. The CCF/NDP over that same period averaged 31.02%. The Liberal Party of BC...
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What do British Columbians think about the honest and integrity of politicians-find out the truth!  Mar 17, 2004
A random telephone survey of 403 British Columbians contacted throughout the entire province between March 14-19, 2004. Respondents were qualified as follows: In the May 2001 BC provincial election they voted BC Liberals (5...
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Re-release of native land claims-prior to BC Liberals wasting $10 million.  Mar 10, 2004
Between December 7, 2001 to January 12, 2002, 4740 respondents (60 in each of 79 constituencies) in British Columbia were telephoned by SCE Research on the following questions. The margin of error is 1.75%, 19 times out of 20...
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Of ICBC/BC Hydro/or BC Rail-which would you sell first?  Mar 06, 2004
A computer generated telephone survey of 725 respondents throughout all regions of British Columbia, and a random telephone survey of 350 respondents throughout those same regions, for a total of 1,075 respondents. Of the 35...
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BC Women think Jesus is just all right with me  Feb 26, 2004
A random telephone survey throughout the Greater Vancouver Regional District, of 205 female respondents who have previously voted in the 2001 British Columbia provincial general election, and the 2000 general federal election...
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BC' February 2004 love affair with Prime Minister Paul Martin  Feb 26, 2004
A random sample of 255 British Columbians between February 25-27, 2004 throughout Vancouver Island, The Greater Vancouver Regional District, Okanagan, Kamloops, Kootenay Region, and Prince George. The margin of error is 5.5%...
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Why is Gordon Campbell's personal valet named to head Vancouver/Whistler IOC.  Feb 18, 2004
A random survey of 365 respondents in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia between February 12-18, 2004. This survey features a margin of error of 5.0%, 16 times out of 20, @ 95% competency.Despite BC NDP leader Carole Jam...
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British Columbians don't want another 'frog' on the lily pad  Feb 17, 2004
A random telephone survey of 314 respondents in the Greater Vancouver City district, between February 14-18, 2004. All respondents were pre-qualified to be voters in both the last provincial general election in British Colum...
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A ROBBINS love letter says Dear John to Gordon Campbell and BC Liberals  Feb 13, 2004
A random telephone survey of 960 respondents throughout British Columbia between February 6-13, 2004. This survey features a margin of error of 2.0% 19 times out of 20 @98% competency.British Columbians have made their choic...
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Road Safety  Feb 03, 2004
A random survey of 550 British Columbians between February 1 and 04, 2004. This survey features a margin of error of 4.25%, 18 times out of 20, at 97% competency.Fewer British Columbians believe they are safe traveling on ro...
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The Best Premier BC never had: Will the BC Rail story be Sweet Revenge for Gordon Wilson?  Feb 02, 2004
Coquitlam-...
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Of Health Care wages and Doctor's demands  Jan 31, 2004
A random telephone survey of 105 respondents in Victoria, Vancouver, and Kamloops. This survey was undertaken January 30 and 31st, 2004. The margin of error is plus or minus 6.5%, 16 times out of 20 @95% competency.Despite ...
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Premier Campbell's Maui Owee  Jan 13, 2004
What a funny little place our province is! What strange bedfellows our political leaders make! Imagine BC Liberal and Canadian Alliance supporters agreeing with Carole James of the BC NDP with regard to Premier Campbell's lea...
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Water is rising on sinking BC Liberals-The Media Gator is Rising-its about time!  Jan 09, 2004
This random telephone survey is based on responses from 320 British Columbians within 14 distinct regions throughout the province. The survey was conducted between January 7-9, 2004. Respondents were pre-qualified to the ex...
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Premier Campbell and Murray Coell-untimely vacations-PM Martin and good friend Christy Clark injured over raid  Jan 06, 2004
A random telephone survey of 245 respondents througout the lower mainland of British Columbia was conducted between January 4-6, 2004 and features a margin of error of 4.5 per cent 17 times out of 20 @ 96% competency.Thirty o...
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The Police raid the legislature-and we don't mean Sting  Dec 30, 2003
The BC Liberals have managed to take another crisis of confidence in government and use it to their advantage. Premier Gordon Campbell has been publicly shown to be dishonest, and woefully short of anything akin to integrity...
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BC Public lacks confidence in the establishment-drug test politicians, lawyers, doctors, teachers, and bureaucrats who handle money  Nov 22, 2003
A random telephone sample of 1200 British Columbians between November 10-19, 2003 related to BC separation from Canada, drug testing professionals including politicians etc. This survey has a margin of error of 3.5%, 18 time...
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CA Merger Boom or Bust  Nov 05, 2003
Coquitlam-A survey of 145 Canadian Alliance Members between October 31 and November 5, 2003, throughout the Province of British Columbia including: Surrey, Kelowna, Cecil Lake, Courtenay, Burnaby, Williams Lake, Richmond, Que...
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BC Education Poll-Re-release  Oct 15, 2003
A computerized and telephone random survey of 2,025 British Columbians relating to pay increases for BC schoolteachers. This survey was undertaken between October 10-15, 2001. It features a margin of error of 2.25%, 19 time...
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Assessment of political parties in BC  Sep 25, 2003
A survey of 990 respondents throughout the lower mainland, northern and interior of British Columbia. Margin or error is equal to 3.0% 19 times out of 20 at 98% competency rate.Contrary to what polling firms McIntyre Mustel a...
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Who should make the laws in Canada  Sep 21, 2003
A random telephone survey by Robbins SCE Research,between September 17 to 20th, 2003 asked 1,250 respondents in British Columbia and Ontario questions relating to the popularity of Jean Chrétien, appointment/election of Supre...
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September Poll-Canada wide on Marriage  Sep 08, 2003
Robbins Sce Research undertook a random survey of 1,600 Canadians throughout 10 provinces who were asked three questions relating to homosexual (same-sex) marriage. This survey features a margin of error of 3.50%, 19 times o...
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3rd Quarter Mega Poll  Aug 31, 2003
Coquitlam, B.C. -A random survey of 4,125 British Columbians between July 26 and August 30, 2003 shows that more than half of the respondents are of the opinion that neither the BC Liberals nor the NDP party have earned their...
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Time For Judgement On Misjudgement  Aug 25, 2003
COQUITLAM, BC - According to an article written by Vancouver Sun Columnist Vaughn Palmer, our government has ignored cost-effective methods of fire prevention. This was based on a report written for the BC government by exper...
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Homosexual vs. Heterosexual Marriage  Aug 10, 2003
This survey of 2200 respondents conducted by ROBBINS SCE Research throughout 10 provinces in Canada was taken between July 28th and August 8, 2003. This survey sought respondent’s opinions on the subject of retaining marriage...
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British Columbia Survey   Aug 08, 2003
In addition to questions asked in the four western provinces, BC respondents were asked the following questionsThe responses in the BC Survey signify a number of interesting considerations. First of all, The Canadian Alliance...
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We love BC, but one half of us believe Gordon Campbell and ICBC are corrupt  Jul 30, 2003
A random survey of 1500 British Columbians throughout the province. The survey took place between July 27 and August 17, 2003. The margin of error is 3.5% 19 times out of 20, at 97% competency. All voters were pre-qualified...
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Large Sample Western Provinces Survey-shows Decline of Canadian Alliance!  Jul 27, 2003
This is a survey of 3,200 respondents throughout British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. All respondents were pre-qualified in that they voted in the last federal general election in 2000. Percentages were nomin...
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British Columbia survey of social issues and CA + Reform BC  Jul 27, 2003
see big Western Survey of this date for size of sampleThe responses in the BC Survey signify a number of interesting considerations. First of all, The Canadian Alliance Party must reconsider its political affiliations in the ...
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June 2003-Hello Campbell's at 32%-mainstream has him at 47%-what gives  Jun 22, 2003
1,975 respondents participated in this survey between June 16 to 23, 2003 An equal number of respondents were obtained from each of the 79 ridings in the province. Adjustments were made relative to population to derive a fina...
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BC Liberals strongarm Port Cities in the GVRD  Jun 17, 2003
A survey of 375 respondents within the City of Port Moody. This survey relates to Port Moody respondent’s opinions regarding subsidies to businesses in difficult economic times “in order to make those businesses more competi...
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BC ridings North and East of Hope  Jun 09, 2003
Coquitlam: An aggregate survey of 1,082 respondents in 13 ridings in the North and Interior of British Columbia, including Peace River, Prince George, Kamloops and the Okanagan (including Shuswap), on current party popularity...
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RSR ROBBINSResearch - British Columbia Politics June 4, 2003  Jun 04, 2003
Okanagan; How would you vote, on Party, on Coquihalla? Coquitlam-A survey of 540 respondents in the Okanagan including Kelowna Lake Country, Kelowna Mission, Okanagan Vernon, Okanagan Westside, Pentiction-Okanagan Valley a...
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Kamloops and Kamloops N. Thompson on Coquihalla  May 14, 2003
If the BC Liberals were seriously considering selling (leasing) the Coquihalla Highway they should reconsider the political cost-benefit analysis. These two BC ‘bellwethers’ may still be in BC Liberal hands after the deal is ...
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The Citizens Assembly-A $10,000,000 distraction  May 11, 2003
1,422 respondents in 79 ridings in British Columbia were contacted between April 26-May 7, 2003 regarding matters pertaining to political party support, on pressing issues for government, Citizens Assembly, views on Proportio...
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Surveys Without the Spin  May 10, 2003
Coquitlam-An aggregate survey of 5,372 respondents in 79 ridings between April 7, 2003 and May 10, 2003 relating to percentage of popular vote attributable to each political party in British Columbia and seats attributable to...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - British Columbia Politics April 24, 2003  Apr 24, 2003
Coquitlam- A survey of 1,158 respondents (end of May 2003) throughout British Columbia relating to sex education, books in classrooms involving same-sex parenting, same sex marriages, and outside participation of agencies in ...
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Prince George survey  Apr 15, 2003
A survey of 180 respondents in the Prince George Region comprised of 60 respondents each in Prince George North, Prince George Omenica, and Prince George Mt. Robson. This survey took place between April 13th –14th, 2003. It...
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Nanaimo and Nanaimo-Parksville Survey  Apr 13, 2003
BC Liberals and the NDP are nearly equal in terms of popularity in this survey, with Green support close to 2001 totals. Many respondents who voted for the BC Liberals in May 2001 do not support them now....
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Of Peace River-The Okanagan  Apr 07, 2003
ROBBINS SCE April 9, 2003 Peace River and The Okanagan OR Coquitlam-A survey of 112 respondents in the BC Provincial constituencies of Peace River North and Peace River South. This survey sampled 62 respondents from ...
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Paul Martin-the measure of the man in BC's Okanagan  Apr 06, 2003
Coquitlam-A survey of 112 respondents in the BC Provincial constituencies of Peace River North and Peace River South. This survey sampled 62 respondents from each of the two provincial ridings. Respondents were asked who they...
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Campbell ducks courtdate in Maui-watch the numbers slide!  Mar 18, 2003
A survey of 900 respondents in 45 ridings in British Columbia including all ridings in eastern and northern British Columbia, the Fraser Valley, Surrey, the Tri-Cities, Burnaby, and Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows. Respondents had t...
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The relationship between Education/Health funding in BC and the 2010 Winter Olympic Bid  Jan 01, 2003
A random telephone survey of 1,000 respondents within the City of Vancouver, in this survey conducted between December 19-30, 2002. This survey features an error rate of 3.5%, 19 times out of 20, @98% competency.Since our la...
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