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RSR ROBBINS - National poll - Canada coming - with thanks to Canadian progressive conservatives  Sep 16, 2014
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Glen P. Robbins requests B'nai Brith Canada rescind PM Stephen Harpers nomination for Nobel Prize -   Sep 04, 2014
B'nai Brith Canada, 15 Hove Street, Toronto Canada....
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RSR ROBBINS poll of Canadians asks: Are Justin Trudeau Liberals heading to majority, while Stephen Harper Conservatives head to disaster?  Sep 01, 2014
Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party of Canada is heading into the final quarter of the race for control of Parliament with a comfortable lead over Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party of Canada. Other polls have confirmed th...
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RSR - We asked 100 Conservatives  Aug 01, 2014
This is an RSR ROBBINS special event introduction of our survey of 100 Canadians who have voted for the Conservative Party of Canada in every general election since 2004 (loss to Paul Martin of Liberal Party of Canada). Numb...
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RSR - Canada Day Survey -Most popular leader and party; should Democratic Watch "None of the above" be on the ballot?  Jun 30, 2014
Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party of Canada currently 3rd place in seats in the House of Commons are the most popular among Canadian voters from the 2011 federal general election far out in front of the 2nd place Conservatives.T...
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New RSR - Canadian federal survey on leadership, economic, social, environmental and security issues  Jun 15, 2014
This is a major RSR Survey of Canadian voters from the 2011 federal general election. This survey includes 9 Canadian provinces.On the question of leadership - Prime Minister Stephen Harper is considered overall the most com...
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RSR Survey - 1. Canadian leaders and party support; 2. PMO and Chief Justice Supreme Court of Canada  May 16, 2014
Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party of Canada continues to lead Stephen Harper's Conservative government with support among Canadians nationally....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics April 8, 2014  Apr 08, 2014
Justin Trudeau's federal Liberals continue to outdistance 2nd place Stephen Harper and his Conservative government as we turn the corner toward election readiness for May 2015....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics February 15, 2014  Feb 15, 2014
Justin Trudeau and the federal Liberal Party continue to trend upward in this RSR public opinion poll (survey), while the Conservative Party holds its position in sharp decline from the last federal general election in 2011....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 6, 2014  Jan 06, 2014
In terms of “values and principles” between the Government (Conservatives) and Opposition (New Democrats) – this ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) poll is even steven(s) at around (39%) support for both. The outcome of this poll i...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 6, 2014  Jan 06, 2014
Depending on how events unfold, and how interprets question 1, the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia may be a broadcast boon or bust....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics December 15, 2013  Dec 15, 2013
Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada continue to steam ahead pulling popular support across the country. From the bottom of the heap after the last federal election in 2011 to the top - the party appears almost uns...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics November 25, 2013  Nov 25, 2013
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has lost the full confidence of the people of Canada....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 24, 2013  Oct 24, 2013
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservative government is in serious trouble. Rocked and on the ropes - bleeding - scandal the government's popularity is down across the nation over (30%)sufficient to declare this situation...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics September 19, 2013  Sep 19, 2013
An overwhelming majority of Canadians support policy which stipulates that "government employees not wear obvious and conspicuous religious symbols to work" (in the province where they reside).This ROBBINS Sce Research (1998)...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics July 7, 2013  Jul 07, 2013
A little background on our Canadian familyQuestion #2- A slight majority of Canadians do not believe they receive fair value for their federal tax dollars. Quebec (61%), Alberta (49%) and British Columbia (48%) reflect the h...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics June 5, 2013  Jun 05, 2013
A targeted survey of 2011 voters in the general federal election in Canada. Respondents were sourced from ROBBINS lists from the following regions and urban areas of the country: Greater Vancouver region, Edmonton CMA - Cal...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics May 20, 2013  May 20, 2013
Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada are statistically tied with Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party of Canada in public support in this ROBBINS New Trend Christmas 2011 poll of Canadians....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics May 19, 2013  May 19, 2013
The three main political parties in Canada have entered into a new era according to this large sample size ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) poll – The Most Accurate Pollster in the World....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics March 25, 2013  Mar 25, 2013
Stephen Harper's Conservative government continues to struggle with popular support among Canadians following the May 2011 federal general election, as nearly one million Canadian voters have abandoned them for other politica...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics February 15, 2013  Feb 15, 2013
Justin Trudeau - odds on favourite to win the Liberal Party of Canada leadership leads all leaders and parties in this ROBBINS poll of Canadians. Statistically the Liberal party is tied with the New Democrats and Conservativ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics February 9, 2013  Feb 09, 2013
The Harper conservative government arrived in BC this week not to cut a program or shut something down in the province - not even to hang out with Christy Clark for a photo op. Instead they came to BC to announce that they w...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics December 29, 2012  Dec 29, 2012
Glen P. Robbins 1355 Honeysuckle Lane, Coquitlam, BC V3E 2N6 The Workers Compensation Board of British Columbia, Main Building, 6951 Westminster Highway, Richmond, BC, V6B 5L5 Fax: 604 233 9777 Attention: Review...
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Florida Governor Jeb Bush writes to Pollster Robbins about 4 month old Jacob Robbins-Canada's new Ambassador to the U.S.  Nov 02, 2012
ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) www.robbinssceresearch.com...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 16, 2012  Oct 16, 2012
Other than within the context of conducting federal public opinion polls, ROBBINS – the most accurate pollster in the World – has spent little time in the Province of Alberta. The recent election of the Progressive Conservat...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics August 25, 2012  Aug 25, 2012
This survey is dedicated to the memory of my father Douglas Robbins who died on this day 35 years ago. Although my father was born in Edmonton Alberta and raised his seven children in Saanich BC - he was nonetheless a Canadi...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics August 1, 2012  Aug 01, 2012
Election results by major political party in CANADA after the May 2011 Federal General Election as follows:...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics May 27, 2012  May 27, 2012
Stephen Harper’s Conservative government has a majority government and doesn’t have to face the Canadian people for another 3 years, but this ROBBINS NewTrend national poll suggests that he and his Conservative government wil...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics May 26, 2012  May 26, 2012
Thomas Mulcair and New Democratic Party of Canada: (2011 results in brackets)...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics April 6, 2012  Apr 06, 2012
Commentary - by Peter Kelly for ROBBINS Sce Research (1998)...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics March 22, 2012  Mar 22, 2012
Question 1 reveals that British Columbians are of the opinion that Canadian men and women were involved in a “War” more than a “Conflict” in Afghanistan. A “War” is a conflict carried on by force of arms – a state of open, a...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 26, 2012  Jan 26, 2012
A strong minority of British Columbians residing in Greater Vancouver, British Columbia arguably the most beautiful city in the World – believe that the construction of the Enbridge pipeline across the northern continent of t...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 19, 2011  Oct 19, 2011
The Harper Conservatives’ have narrowly fallen behind the leaderless federal New Democrats in this ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) poll....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 17, 2011  Oct 17, 2011
Methodology: A random telephone sample of 1,050 households in Metro Victoria between April 12-21, 2008. This ROBBINS poll features a margin of error of 3.13%, 19 times out of 20 at 95% plus/plus confidence and was conducted ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 17, 2011  Oct 17, 2011
It is the objective under this initial Manifesto to establish and initial overarching strategy for the participants and adherents known more commonly as Occupy Wall Street, (and other streets) which exist in cities throughout...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 15, 2011  Oct 15, 2011
A strategically called poll of 1,003 Canadians through every province-based on population (adjusted where necessary)(November 21-25, 2009). I believe the swing either way is about (2.5%) -- the science based on sample size w...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics August 12, 2011  Aug 12, 2011
If the HST loses the Referendum result at month's end - Question 1 reveals that a clear majority of British Columbians want to get rid of it "immediately". One quarter to one third provide the government a little more latitu...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics June 30, 2011  Jun 30, 2011
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his Conservative Party of Canada continue to hold their May 2011 Election totals support across the country with a little extra. Ontario holds the highest support for the government at (44%)...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics April 30, 2011  Apr 30, 2011
Of 2,333 respondents who agreed to take the survey, 1,543 (66.1%) elected to participate by making a selection after hearing the question(s)....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics April 28, 2011  Apr 28, 2011
More Canadians in this ROBBINS poll would like to see Jack Layton become Prime Minister of Canada than Stephen Harper based on overall population by province. These results follow a sharp increase in support for Jack Layton’...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics April 19, 2011  Apr 19, 2011
Stephen Harper’s Conservative Party is DOWN in public support in every Province in Canada. The Conservative Party holds current support in the Province of Ontario (38.5%), a total that is close to what the party achieved in ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics April 11, 2011  Apr 11, 2011
Based on the response outcomes of this poll the Conservatives are down slightly (-2.5%) while the Liberals are up noticeably in the Province of Ontario (10.5%). Jack Layton’s New Democrats are up (3%), while Elizabeth May and...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics April 1, 2011  Apr 01, 2011
This is the first independent poll provided by ROBBINS Sce Research relating to the 41st general federal election in Canada....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics March 29, 2011  Mar 29, 2011
Slightly more than one out of three BC voters residing in Greater Vancouver from the October 2008 general federal election are of the opinion that a Stephen Harper majority government “would make Parliament work.” Just less ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics March 23, 2011  Mar 23, 2011
A majority of Voters from the 2008 federal general election in Canada support more money to supplement Seniors income (62%) in anticipation that this will avoid a federal general election. Based on these numbers about $525 m...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics March 22, 2011  Mar 22, 2011
Methodology: This is a survey of 1,030 targeted respondents in strategic calling environments across the country who are voters from the 2008 general federal election in Canada. These respondents were asked “If a federal gene...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics February 26, 2011  Feb 26, 2011
A targeted poll of 1,058 British Columbia voters from the 2008 general federal election in Canada. This poll was conducted between February 16, and February 23, 2011. Margin of error is 3.04%, 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confi...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 31, 2011  Jan 31, 2011
Canadians are warming to the idea of an election this spring (2011) with 54% responding “Yes” to the question. Ontario support for a federal election in the spring is highest with (60%), while Quebec and BC are tied for lowe...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics November 11, 2010  Nov 11, 2010
Vancouver, British Columbia, A ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) random poll of 2,011 Canadians between November 5-11, 2010. The outcomes of this poll have been adjusted on a province by province basis to account for actual gender...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 22, 2010  Oct 22, 2010
Commentary by Peter Kelly (Islander)...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics September 26, 2010  Sep 26, 2010
The Province of British Columbia has a very serious credibility problem with the owners (voters) and is in a state of a serious crisis of legitimacy in our opinion.Background:...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics September 1, 2010  Sep 01, 2010
Stephen Harper is asking for a majority to stop a coalition against him. These ZEUS numbers strongly suggest that isn’t in the cards for him....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics July 28, 2010  Jul 28, 2010
ZEUS ROBBINS -- Greater Toronto Area (GTA) just blew Stephen Harper - and his Conservative Party away - dead like a skunk in the middle of the road....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics June 30, 2010  Jun 30, 2010
A sample of 2,176 eligible voters across Canada-with respondents targeted at a rate of 3.7 x respondents (Ontario), 2.3 (Quebec), 1.2 (British Columbian), 1.0 (Alberta) 0.5 (Manitoba), 0.5 (Saskatchewan), 1.1 (Atlantic Provin...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics May 26, 2010  May 26, 2010
Support is waning for Canada's Conservative Party and leader Stephen Harper. Down 5% since first elected to government in 2006 -- and 6% since the last federal general election in Canada in October 2008 -- voters in this ZEUS...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics May 4, 2010  May 04, 2010
Stephen Harper and Conservatives are down (15%) in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, while Michael Ignatieff and Liberals are up (10%). Jack Layton and New Democrats are up (02%), while Elizabeth May and Greens remain ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics April 21, 2010  Apr 21, 2010
From Governor General question...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics March 30, 2010  Mar 30, 2010
A ZEUS poll of 1,821 "eligible voters" in the Province of British Columbia -- March 13-16, 2010. MOE (1.5%) Legal and Scientific (Approx.). Jim Van Rassel provided an honourarium on this 'leg' of the B.C. ZEUS/ROBBINS Sce Re...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics March 11, 2010  Mar 11, 2010
A targeted sample of 1,184 Canadian voters from the most recent federal general election (October 2008) from 10 provinces--respondents relatively equal to provincial populations. Poll outcomes obtained from March 03 to March...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics February 3, 2010  Feb 03, 2010
According to question #1 outcomes (from lists), after the federal general election in Autumn 2008-- Conservatives controlled (based on contribution to national totals) (5.2%) of voters from Quebec, (13.3%) from Ontario, (4.7%...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 22, 2010  Jan 22, 2010
2,011 respondents within the city of Vancouver, British Columbia between January 14-22, 2010....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics December 30, 2009  Dec 30, 2009
A random telephone sample of 225 respondents throughout the lower mainland of British Columbia, Langley and Surrey inclusive- conducted December 30, 2009 in the afternoon.Women answer "No" at a higher rate than men. Responde...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics December 22, 2009  Dec 22, 2009
A strategic Glen P. Robbins and ZEUS poll of 1,003 Canadians throughout ten provinces. MOE (03%) 19/20. Poll conducted by telephone December 11-20, 2009. Sponsorship provided through Jim Van Rassel (604) 328-5398.This Glen ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics November 6, 2009  Nov 06, 2009
A ZEUS/ROBBINS poll of 308 'voters' in the lower mainland of British Columbia between November 1, 2009 - November 05, 2009. I would estimate that if you called these many respondents 20 times asking the same questions during ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics November 3, 2009  Nov 03, 2009
A telephone sample of 602 voters in Ontario and Quebec MOE 3.5% (est) 19/20 times. Conducted October 27, 2009 -- November 02, 2009. Sponsorship Jim Van Rassel (604) 328-5398. Mr. Van Rassel declares that he is a member of ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 26, 2009  Oct 26, 2009
A targeted sample of 1,013 Canadians who voted in the most recent general federal election (08), between October 18-25, 2009 Our combined ZEUS/ROBBINS margin of error is 1.5% approximately based on statistical outcome -- and...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics September 7, 2009  Sep 07, 2009
ZEUS poll-random of 3,287 respondents between August 24-September 04, 2009. Calling from three different countries-Canada, United States, and Australia. Respondent numbers relative to provincial populations and multipliers ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics July 20, 2009  Jul 20, 2009
1,023 respondents from the lower mainland of British Columbia including Vancouver city, North Shore Vancouver, Richmond, Burnaby, Delta, Surrey, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Langley, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, New Westminster-betw...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics July 6, 2009  Jul 06, 2009
A targeted sample of 1,001 Canadians between June 21-28, 2009. This ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) poll features a margin of error of (3.5%) 19 times out of 20 @ 95% competency.Prime Minister Harper continues to show his adept ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics June 6, 2009  Jun 06, 2009
A targeted Strategic calling environment poll of 2,230 Canadians across 10 provinces between May 28-June 5, 2009. Research primarily obtained from Sce Research America--and specifically New York City, U.S.A. This poll inclu...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics May 19, 2009  May 19, 2009
A random telephone poll of 1,017 Canadians conducted May 12-18, 2009. Margin of error 3.0%. 'In Kind' donation provided by Jim Van Rassel and others.Outcomes:...
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ROBBINS on Stanley Cup Finals  Apr 28, 2009
Vancouver, British ColumbiaHere is a ROBBINS assessment of the statistical information provided by the National Hockey League (great site for stats)translated by ROBBINS--into 'seed' placement and odds (based on league play o...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 23, 2009  Jan 23, 2009
Published 12:05 PM pst January 24, 2009-- A targeted survey of 1,003 Canadians who voted in the most recent Canadian federal election in October 2008--conducted between January 16-23/2009. All calls were conducted in the Uni...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics December 27, 2008  Dec 27, 2008
First published-1:55 P.M. Pacific Standard Time.Observations/Commentary/Reporting/Spin:...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics December 19, 2008  Dec 19, 2008
A strategic poll of BC voters located in the Interior of the province and in the Kootenay region between December 11 and 18, 2008--and-- specifically: Kelowna (180), Vernon (72), Penticton (64), Kamloops (174), Salmon Arm (4...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics December 2, 2008  Dec 02, 2008
This is a targeted sample of 1,420 Canadians who voted in the most recent Canadian federal election, conducted between November 29-December 3, 2008. Numbers are related to population in each of Canada’s ten provinces only. ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics November 27, 2008  Nov 27, 2008
A major ROBBINS poll of 1,702 Canadians, including: (512 Ontario respondents), (272 Quebec respondents), (404 British Columbians), (175 Alberta), (83 Manitoba), (77 Nova Scotia), (71 Saskatchewan), (121 Newfoundland and Labr...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics November 23, 2008  Nov 23, 2008
A targeted poll of 440 British Columbians who vote--throughout the entire province-third week of November 2008. Margin of error is <2.0% question 1-2; 4.5% remaining questions, 19 times out of 20 @95% confidence. Sponsored i...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics November 7, 2008  Nov 07, 2008
340 Respondents—supporters of Liberal Party of Canada. Strategic calling environment(s)-Atlantic Provinces, Quebec, Ontario, and British Columbia. Respondent numbers linked to population. Adjustment made for gender. Scien...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 14, 2008  Oct 14, 2008
As a longtime pollster-my rationale for staying outside the mainstream was reaffirmed by last night’s Canadian general federal election. Voter turn-out was low— lowest of all time and included higher standards of identificat...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 9, 2008  Oct 09, 2008
A targeted sample of 747 ROBBINS respondents throughout Canada between October 4th and 9th, 2008. I would estimate that the range-- margin of error for public support for question #2 is 1.75%--and for remaining questions—3%-...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics September 30, 2008  Sep 30, 2008
This is a targeted sample of 860 respondents -between September 27-30, 2008- who voted in the last federal general election in 2006. These numbers were derived as represented from each province as follows: BC (200); Alberta...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics September 25, 2008  Sep 25, 2008
720 calls to 'voters'--strategic respondents--started on Friday last until Friday--this date--calling between Monday and Thursday more consistent. Science puts margin of error at or about 3.0%- 4.0%--but I would say that wer...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics September 19, 2008  Sep 19, 2008
A strategic sampling of 540 ‘voters’ across Canada-these have been acquired approximately in accordance with population distribution and adjusted for gender—where Undecided is considered a valuable response identification. F...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics September 12, 2008  Sep 12, 2008
These ROBBINS totals from random telephone sampling derived 711 responses from ‘voters’ from the 39th general federal Canadian election held January 23, 2006 and than asked those respondents who they would vote for in the upc...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics August 28, 2008  Aug 28, 2008
One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors—Plato....
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics August 1, 2008  Aug 01, 2008
A random telephone sample of 1,050 Canadian 'likely voters' between July 21 and July 31, 2008. Strategic calling environments included BC (350), Alberta (50) Saskatchewan (25) Manitoba (25) Ontario (350) Quebec (200) Atlanti...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics June 23, 2008  Jun 23, 2008
Observations/Commentary:...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics June 3, 2008  Jun 03, 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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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics April 7, 2008  Apr 07, 2008
A random telephone sample of Canadians representing a total of 1,104 interviews April 4-6, 2007 as follows: BC (305); Alberta (50); Saskatchewan (125); Manitoba (50), Ontario (311); Quebec (154); New Brunswick (20); Nova Sco...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics March 28, 2008  Mar 28, 2008
A random telephone sample of 1,447 respondents throughout Canada but not the Territories. These interviews were conducted between March 17 and 26, 2008-in two sets of interviews beginning in BC-where 640 interviews were cond...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics March 3, 2008  Mar 03, 2008
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics February 26, 2008  Feb 26, 2008
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics February 18, 2008  Feb 18, 2008
A random telephone sample of 517 British Columbians within the region of Metro Vancouver between February 12-17, 2008. Polling questions relate in general to the 2010 Vancouver Whistler Winter Olympic Games. This poll is ac...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 29, 2008  Jan 29, 2008
This is a random sample of 422 respondents throughout the Metro Vancouver region between January 24-27, 2008. This poll features a margin of error of 5.67% 19 times out of 20 @98% competency/confidence. Interviews where cond...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 24, 2008  Jan 24, 2008
This is a Vancouver Metro-Poll (V-MP) "Polling people believe in" of 515 respondents conducted between January 14-20, 2008 features respondents who are old enough to vote in both a federal and provincial election (19); regul...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 4, 2008  Jan 04, 2008
A random telephone sample of 1,028 residents of Metro Vancouver-including (for purposes of this poll), Vancouver City, West Vancouver, North Vancouver-District-City, Richmond, Delta, Surrey, Burnaby, Port Moody, Coquitlam, Po...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics December 2, 2007  Dec 02, 2007
A random sample of 1255 Canadians between November 26, 2007 and December 02, 2007. (515) respondents were achieved in Ontario, while (153) were achieved in Quebec. (306) respondents were achieved in British Columbia (125) in ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics November 20, 2007  Nov 20, 2007
A targeted sample of 400 Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team 'fans' between November 2-19, 2007. This poll was conducted within the City of Toronto (Metro) and features a margin of error of plus or minus 4.25%, 18 times out of 20...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 30, 2007  Oct 30, 2007
A random poll of 1,020 Canadians between October 23-29, 2007. This ROBBINS poll features a margin of error of 3.3%, 19 times out of 20 @99% competency/confidence level.Observations/Commentary:...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 10, 2007  Oct 10, 2007
A random sample of 2,455 respondents throughout Canada including the North-Nunavut, Yukon Territory, and Northwest Territories September 22-October 8, 2007. This ROBBINS SUPERMAN poll features a margin of error of 1.9%, 19 t...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 1, 2007  Oct 01, 2007
Canada's Prime Minister Harper's- 9-11 to Yuma Sep 16, 2007 http://robbinssceresearch.com/polls/poll_421.html...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics September 27, 2007  Sep 27, 2007
A random sample of 707 British Columbians between September 20-27, 2007. This delightful ROBBINS poll has a margin of error of 4.45% based on two sets of averages (The ROBBINS formula), 19 times out of 20 @97% confidence/com...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics September 16, 2007  Sep 16, 2007
A random sample of 2,400 respondents throughout Canada between September 6-15, 2007. This deluxe ROBBINS poll features a margin of error of 2.2-3.0% based on the ROBBINS formula of evaluation, 19 times out of 20-95-97% compe...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics September 1, 2007  Sep 01, 2007
A random telephone poll of 1,240 residents of Ontario, eligible to vote in the upcoming general provincial election. These respondents were obtained over the course of the following dates August 22-30, 2007. This poll was s...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics August 12, 2007  Aug 12, 2007
A random sample of 1,012 Canadians between August 6-12th, 2007. This ROBBINS poll features a margin of error of 3.00%, 19 times out of 20 @95% competency/confidence level. Number of respondents generally correlated to popul...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics July 26, 2007  Jul 26, 2007
A random sample of 2,440 respondents throughout the country of Canada between July 3-23, 2007 of Canadian Internet users between the ages of 18-45. This dynamite ROBBINS poll (and I mean explosive) was sponsored by all the u...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics July 20, 2007  Jul 20, 2007
A random sample of 1,650 British Columbians throughout the entire province including: Vancouver (pop-578 K), Surrey (pop-394 K), Victoria (pop-330 K), Burnaby (pop-202 K), Richmond (pop-174 K), Abbotsford (pop-123 K), Coquitl...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics June 29, 2007  Jun 29, 2007
This is a random telephone sampling of 1,250 Canadians between June 22-27, 2007. Respondents were called in the following provinces: BC (450), Alberta (120), Sask (50), Manitoba (50), Ontario (400), Quebec (120), Atlantic P...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics June 18, 2007  Jun 18, 2007
This is a strategic calling poll of 515 small businesses in lower mainland BC between June 15-18th, 2007 with respondents who were either the business owner or operator/manager. These business lists are from a file of over 5...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics June 11, 2007  Jun 11, 2007
A random telephone sample of 1,250 Canadians between June 2-10, 2007, and specifically (450) British Columbia; (400) Ontario; (120) Quebec; (40) Alberta, (30) Saskatchewan, (30) Manitoba (Prairie provinces previously called-n...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics May 29, 2007  May 29, 2007
Once again tag team hitmen ROBBINS/Van Rassel expose Liberal environmental 'fraud' strategies in order to save Burke Mountain and ensure sustainable development in Coquitlam. Should ROBBINS and Van Rassel commence to wearing...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics May 27, 2007  May 27, 2007
This is a random telephone sample of 1,150 respondents throughout the Greater Vancouver Regional District in the Province of British Columbia Canada, between May 22-27, 2005. This poll features a margin of error of 1.85%, 19...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics May 14, 2007  May 14, 2007
A random sample of 1,025 Canadians between May 8th-13th, 2007. These respondents have been qualified as “voters“. This poll considers underlying qualification of ‘level of support’ for current political parties by asking a...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics May 5, 2007  May 05, 2007
Methodology-This is an random sample of 1,000 Canadian 'voter's in the last general federal election who are also decided in their decisions herein. This is a fair depiction of a representative sample of approximately 47,000...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics April 11, 2007  Apr 11, 2007
Methodology- A random telephone sample of 2,200 respondents throughout Canada between March 29th and April 10th, 2007 as follows: BC (700) (3.75%), Alberta (200), Saskatchewan (100), Manitoba (100), Ontario (600) (4.5%), ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics April 1, 2007  Apr 01, 2007
Glen P. Robbins, President and CEO of ROBBINS ASK, ROBBINS SCE Research (1998) wants to know why “The Gordon Campbell BC Liberals are so desperate that they require the services of a massive multi-billion consulting, marketin...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics March 28, 2007  Mar 28, 2007
Glen P. Robbins President and CEO of ROBBINS ASK and ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) are proud to once again declare that his firm “for all intents and purposes nailed the recent Quebec provincial election.” Specifically, Robbin...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics March 15, 2007  Mar 15, 2007
A random telephone sample-1,375 Canadians over the period of March 6-15th, 2007. This poll was conducted throughout the country in two ‘waves’. The numbers were not averaged as between the waves; however the number of respo...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics March 9, 2007  Mar 09, 2007
- News Release 2007 Letters of Support From Provincial Finance Ministers [TRANSLATION] Gouvernement du Québec Le ministre des Finances Québec, January 25, 2007 The Honourable James Flaherty Minister of Finance...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics February 21, 2007  Feb 21, 2007
Methodology-A random telephone sample of 1,000 respondents throughout Canada between February 15-20, 2007 including Quebec (200) {+- 7.5%}; Ontario (300) {+-6.5%}; Manitoba (40) {NA}; Saskatchewan (40) {NA}; Alberta (100) {NA...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics February 8, 2007  Feb 08, 2007
READ THIS POLL: FIND OUT WHY FORMER BC PREMIER BILL VANDER ZALM REFERS TO ROBBINS AS "THE BEST PUBLIC OPINION POLLSTER IN CANADA"The best leader to deal with Quebec is Conservative PM Stephen Harper by nearly two to one over ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics February 2, 2007  Feb 02, 2007
Methodology-This is a random sampling poll of 575 “homeowners” throughout the GVRD. ROBBINS depicts this poll as possessing a margin of error of 4.5% generally (where the specificity of the target calls might have otherwise...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 8, 2007  Jan 08, 2007
A random telephone sample representing 11,011 Canadians from Canadian coast to coast between December 27th 2006, and January 6th, 2007. THIS definitive ROBBINS ASK poll features a margin of error of 2.76%, 19 times out of 20 ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics December 6, 2006  Dec 06, 2006
This is a random sample of 1,214 respondents throughout Canada between December 2-6, 2006, and in particular as follows: Quebec (154)) (+-8.0%); Ontario (485) (+-5.25%); Atlantic Provinces (85) (+-12%); Sask/Manitoba (75) (+...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics November 28, 2006  Nov 28, 2006
November 28, 2006 PRESS RELEASE ROBBINS ASK President and CEO Glen P. Robbins believes the massive success of the Green Party in the recent Ontario by-election was foretold by his polls of late, including the recent "Gr...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics November 27, 2006  Nov 27, 2006
A random telephone sample of 535 respondents throughout Canada’s three largest provinces representing (70%) of Canadian voters between November 23 and 27th, 2006. Some of the random respondents were garnered from an internal...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 26, 2006  Oct 26, 2006
A random telephone survey of 3500 respondents was conducted throughout 79 ridings in the Province of British Columbia. This survey was undertaken between October 17 2003 and October 27, 2003. The majority of the 79 ridings fe...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 24, 2006  Oct 24, 2006
A random sample of 1,018 respondents throughout Canada as follows: Atlantic Canada (98), Quebec (105), Ontario (245), Manitoba (45), Saskatchewan (45), Alberta (105), British Columbia (355) between October 19-23, 2006. This...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 10, 2006  Oct 10, 2006
A random sample of 1,050 respondents throughout the province of British Columbia between September 28-October 08th, 2006. This survey features a margin of error of 3.50%, 19 times out of 20 @97% competency/confidence. This ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics September 25, 2006  Sep 25, 2006
This is a random sample digit dialing poll; the aggregate number of respondents is 1,145 between September 18-24, 2006. This poll features a margin of error of 2.95%, 19 times out of 20 (as conducted) and 97% competency/conf...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics August 15, 2006  Aug 15, 2006
A random sample of 2,300 Canadians coast to coast between August 5-14, 2006. This ROBBINS poll features a margin of error of 1.85%, 19 times out of 20 @99% competency. This poll was paid for in full by a wonderful small bus...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics July 21, 2006  Jul 21, 2006
This is a random poll of 500 British Columbians conducted between July 18th to July 21st, 2006. It features a margin of error of 4.45%, 18 times out of 20 @98% competency. This poll was sponsored in part by Jim Van Rassel o...
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Stephen Harper/Al Gore/Equalization/Aboriginal/Same-Sex  Jun 07, 2006
A random sample of 1,070 respondents throughout every province in Canada, where respondents in Quebec were NOT asked Question #4 or #6, however a factor for Quebec based on trend lines in other questions further factored by t...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics June 6, 2006  Jun 06, 2006
A random digit dialing of 502 respondents throughout Vancouver City, Tri-City, Surrey, Burnaby, New Westminster, Maple Ridge, Richmond, Delta, North Vancouver, Langley, Abbotsford, Alder grove, Chilliwack, Hope, North Island,...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics April 5, 2006  Apr 05, 2006
Total respondents interviewed: 1,250. Atlantic Canada (150) (6%); Quebec (130) (9%); Ontario (350) (4.25%); Manitoba (50) (7%); Saskatchewan (50)(7%); Alberta (250)(4.5%); British Columbia (270). (6.25%). 175 respondents ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 6, 2006  Jan 06, 2006
Methodology- A representative and random sample by way of digit dialing of 92,581 or 7/10ths of 1% of the entire Canadian voting public, between January 1st and January 8th, 2006. This ROBBINS III Mega Poll features a margin...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics December 17, 2005  Dec 17, 2005
Methodology- This is a random telephone survey that according to ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) is a fair and legal depiction of the opinions of 43,873 Canadians from coast to coast. This survey was conducted from the United St...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics November 24, 2005  Nov 24, 2005
Methodology-A random sample of 545 British Columbians between November 19th and 24th, 2005. This survey features a margin of error of 3.15%, 18 times out of 20 @ 98% competency level.This poll of British Columbians throughou...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics November 17, 2005  Nov 17, 2005
A representative sample of 18,443 Canadians between November 11th and 16th, 2005. This survey features a margin of error of 2.15%, 19 times out of 20 @ 98% competency. This poll was paid for by a U.S. company doing business...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics November 3, 2005  Nov 03, 2005
A random sample of 1,044 Canadians between November 1st and 3rd, 2005. This survey has a margin of error of 2.15%, 19 times out of 20 @99% competency. A company doing business in the United States of America and Canada paid...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics October 28, 2005  Oct 28, 2005
A random sample of 414 ‘voters’ in the suburban ridings and the City of Toronto in Ontario and Manitoba between October 21st and 27th 2005. This survey features a margin of error of 4.75%, 18 times out of 20 @ 95% competency...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics September 24, 2005  Sep 24, 2005
A random telephone survey of 750 respondents throughout 14 regions of British Columbia between September 21-23, 2004. Numbers of respondents per region are generally consisted with population bases for each region. An addit...
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Prime Minister Martin makes 'gutsy' choice for Governor General  Aug 18, 2005
A random sample of 1,012 Canadians between August 10 and 19, 2005. This survey features a margin of error of 4.35%, 19 times out of 20 with a confidence level of 96%. Compare Liberal (Decima) Poll during approximately ...
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Quebec is going, going, gone from Canada  Jun 19, 2005
This is a random telephone survey sample of 980 respondents conducted from three major cities in Canada between June 12 and 19, 2005. The margin of error is (2.5% to 4.75%), 18 times out of 20 @96% competency.q Canadians do ...
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ROBBINS contradicts all eastern pollsters-shows Conservatives on top-Liberals in the tank  May 29, 2005
This is a total representative scientific sample of 18,018 Canadians by way of targeted sample of respondents from a previous poll and a digit dialing of an additional 525 respondents throughout all regions of the country bet...
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Is Belinda Stronach Canada's 21st century Cleopatra  May 21, 2005
A digit dialing of 1,248 respondents throughout British Columbia between May 18-19 2005. This poll has a margin of error of approximately 3.5%, 17 times out of 20 @ 95% competency.The majority of British Columbians in this p...
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Federal Conservatives increase position in Quebec, Liberals fading!  May 16, 2005
A digit dialing survey of 1,450 Canadians throughout all ten provinces between May 12 and 16th 2005. This survey features a margin of error of 2.75%, 19 times out of 20 @98% competency. “Paid for by Canadians doing business ...
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Kyoto important to 3 out of 4 in BC!!  Apr 01, 2005
This is a random digit dialing telephone survey of 464 lower mainland residents ‘that normally votes in federal and provincial elections’. This survey was conducted between March 23rd and March 31st, 2005. Glen P. Robbins o...
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Western Canadians believe Charter is for individual rights not group minority rights  Jan 28, 2005
A general mistrust of the federal government, and anger with Ontario and Quebec has created a political climate in BC and Alberta where separatist parties like the Western Canada Concept may emerge into the consciousness of t...
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Gay rights not important to Canadians-Canadians want lower EI premiums, proper military funding, and health care resolved  Dec 16, 2004
A random telephone survey of 325 families in Canada (excluding Quebec and New Brunswick) with one or more children in either private or public schools. This survey took place between December 09 and December 14, 2004. It fe...
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NHL Players Association Rope a Dope NHL Owners  Dec 14, 2004
A targeted survey of 215 respondents of a general pool of 500 ‘NHL Hockey fans’ respondents plus. No respondents were used from similar telephone numbers derived from previous surveys who did not match up in ‘gender’ from pr...
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(Alive) Hockey Night in Canada (maybe)  Nov 14, 2004
A specifically targeted non random survey of 225 respondents between December 3rd to 5th, 2004 all of whom were originally identified in a previous ROBBINS survey whose composite in this survey is roughly equal to the origina...
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Hockey fans want 'cap' on minimum wage and average calibre players  Nov 05, 2004
A statistically adjusted survey of 250 respondents (‘hockey fans’) derived from a previous survey conducted at or about the second week of September 2004. This survey was undertaken between October 19th and October 30th, 200...
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NHL Hockey-message from fans-players and owners-get it together-NOW  Sep 12, 2004
A computerized telephone sample of 500 respondents between September 10-13, 2004 who were qualified to the extent that they are “reasonably loyal fans that frequently watch NHL hockey games on television or listen to them on ...
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Health Care crisis in Canada-the problem is the politics, and the politicians  Aug 30, 2004
A targeted telephone survey of 650 British Columbians between August 24-31st, 2004. Respondents were pre-qualified from surveys over the past six months. These respondents had indicated they voted in the most recent BC prov...
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Can Chuck Cadman play at the top-on his own?  Jul 12, 2004
This is a random telephone survey of 275 respondents who voted in the last federal election on June 28, 2004 in the federal riding of Surrey North, in Beautiful British Columbia. This survey was conducted July 8-12, 2004 and...
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Alberta's King Ralph  Jul 07, 2004
A random telephone sample through Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, and Lethbridge Alberta, of 335 “residents of Alberta”, who were eligible to vote in the most recent federal election on June 28, 2004. This survey ...
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Voter turnout-numbers on English/French debate/Conservatives growing  Jun 16, 2004
This random survey of 5,678 Canadians who answered a qualifying question-are you eligible to vote and do you intend to vote in the federal general election on June 28, 2004?-3822 respondents were than available for question #...
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Conservative MP-Stockwell Day-the Chuck Norris of foreign policy  Jun 13, 2004
A random telephone (computer (294) and conventional (421)) sample of 715 respondents in the Province of Ontario between June 9-14, 2004. 421 of these respondent ‘residences’ were contacted in a previous survey in Ontario dur...
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Canadians 'think' they do not follow polls-This sample see potential Conservative-NDP majority  Jun 10, 2004
This random telephone survey of 10 Canadian provinces including British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador was conducted ...
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The Changing of the Guard in Ottawa  Jun 06, 2004
A random telephone survey of 590 respondents in Ontario, Canada between June 3-6, 2004 throughout 20 constituencies in Ontario. Twelve constituencies are considered ‘urban’ and eight ‘rural’. Of the 590 respondents in total...
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ROBBINS throws a bulls-eye predicting Port Moody Westwood-and the New Westminster-Coquitlam recount exactly  Jun 03, 2004
A random telephone survey of 244 residents in the federal constituency of New Westminster Coquitlam and Port Moody Westwood Port Coquitlam. This survey was conducted between June 2 to 4, 2004. The margin of error is plus or...
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Where the rubber hits the road-What would a Prime Minister from Quebec know about WWII?  Jun 01, 2004
A random telephone survey of 454 respondents throughout most of the lower mainland of British Columbia including Vancouver City, Burnaby City, Coquitlam City, Surrey City, and Langley City and Township. This survey was condu...
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A very interesting election 2004 Poll  May 30, 2004
An interesting an provocative poll by the King of public opinion insight. A random telephone sample of 840 Canadians between May 24 and 31st, 2004. This survey was conducted in 30 federal constituencies in BC, Alberta, Sask...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics May 22, 2004  May 22, 2004
A random telephone survey of 1,650 respondents throughout British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Ontario between May 14, and May 21, 2004. All respondents answered "yes" to the question-"did you vote in the l...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics May 4, 2004  May 04, 2004
A random telephone survey of 465 respondents between April 20-May 2, 2004 in Vancouver City, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Port Moody, Port Coquitlam and Surrey British Columbia (all slightly stronger for NDP-Liberals generally). This...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics March 16, 2004  Mar 16, 2004
A combined computer and random telephone survey of 2,250 respondents throughout designated areas of British Columbia, Manitoba, and Ontario between March 10-16, 2004. The survey is adjusted for population and based on voter ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics March 13, 2004  Mar 13, 2004
A random telephone survey of residents of Vancouver, Toronto, and Ottawa. Three hundred and fifty respondents were contacted between March 8-11, 2004. The margin of error is plus or minue 3.2%, 18 times out of 20 @ 97%.A so...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 31, 2004  Jan 31, 2004
A random telephone survey of 185 rural respondents in BC and Alberta, from towns with populations understood to be less than 20,000. This survey was conducted between January 26-30, 2004. The margin of error is 2.0-5.5%, 17...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 20, 2004  Jan 20, 2004
A random telephone survey of 735 Canadians in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario between January 13 and 21, 2004 in Metropolitan areas only. Survey features a margin of error of 3.25% 17 times out ...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics January 1, 2004  Jan 01, 2004
A random telephone survey of 425 respondents in the lower mainland of British Columbia between December 29,30,31 2003, relating to the police raid on the Offices of Minister of Finance Gary Collins and Transportation Minister...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics December 9, 2003  Dec 09, 2003
A random sample of 1,150 respondents throughout British Columbia involving the sale of BC Rail, the involvement of BC Liberal government corruption, the potential use of drug traffick proceeds in private-public infrastructure...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics September 21, 2003  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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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics August 8, 2003  Aug 08, 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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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics July 27, 2003  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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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics July 6, 2003  Jul 06, 2003
Vancouver/BC-A random telephone survey of 2,240 respondents throughout British Columbia. This survey took place between June 24 and July 7, 2003. Margin of error is 3.5%, 19 times out of 20 @ 97% competency.Commentary-Canad...
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RSR ROBBINS Research - Canada Politics May 30, 2003  May 30, 2003
A survey of 350 British Columbians was conducted between May 19 and May 26, 2003, relating to travel and safety, Ernst Zundel as an "isolated" security risk, and Ernst Zundel as a security risk compared to other perceived "ne...
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