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RSR ROBBINS poll celebrates the 30th Anniversary of former Progressive Conservative PM Brian Mulroney - Are Stephen Harper's Conservatives on the way out?
  Sep 22, 2014

The Federal Liberal Party under leader Justin Trudeau continues to lead all parties in public support in this RSR ROBBINS poll for September 2014. This poll follows the news period of the 30th anniversary of Brian Mulroney becoming the 18th Prime Minister of Canada.
The Liberals lead or are tied in 6 of Canada’s ten provinces including the vote rich provinces of Ontario and Quebec. The New Democrats lead or are tied in 4 of Canada’s ten provinces, while the Conservatives lead or are tied in only 3.
Although Justin Trudeau’s party is down by (1%) from our previous national totals, well within the margin of error, the advantage improves given that the Conservatives have given ground to the federal New Democrats.
Canadians have no appetite for sending troops to Iraq or anywhere else in the Middle East.
Canadians support the promotion of alternative energy sources over fossil fuels by greater than 2 to 1.
Canadians opinions or perceptions on Prime Ministers of Canada over the past 40 years plus suggest that the Trudeau Liberal brand is tops with Progressive Conservative Mulroney having a (2%) lead over former Liberal PM Jean Chretien, and current Prime Minister Stephen Harper behind both Mr. Mulroney and Mr. Chretien by 6 to 8 percentage points.
Former Progressive Conservative Prime Minister Mulroney won the largest majority government in Canadian history, and this poll was conducted in honour of the 30th anniversary of his first electoral win.
Methodology: A telephone poll conducted by RSR ROBBINS of 1,013 Canadians between September 5, 2014 and September 13, 2014. This poll features a margin of error of 3.13%, 19 times out of 20 @ 95% confidence. Support for this poll was provided by individuals who declare to be progressive conservatives.

Question #1
Which leader and political party in Canada do you currently support? (leader and party to 100%)
Justin Trudeau and Liberal Party of Canada    39 %
Tom Mulcair and New Democratic Party of Canada    27 %
Stephen Harper and Conservative Party of Canada    26 %
Elizabeth May and Green Party of Canada    4 %
Other    4.5 %
Undecided    7 %
Question #2
In your opinion should Canada sent military advisors and/or other military personnel to the conflict in the Middle East including Iraq?
Yes    22 %
No    66 %
Question #3
Should Canada be developing policies which promote investment in alternative energy sources other than fossil fuels OR should Canada focus on policies that promote the sale or our abundant oil, gas and coal resources?
Alternative Energy    61 %
Promote oil, gas and coal resources    28 %
Question #4
Based on your opinion or your perceptions and beliefs, which of the following Prime Ministers accomplished the most for Canada?
Liberal Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau    32.5 %
Progressive Conservative Prime Minister Brian Mulroney    25.5% %
Liberal Prime Minister Jean Chretien    23.5 %
Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper    17 %
Commentary
Liberals by province: BC – 33%, Alberta – 33%, Saskatchewan – 34%, Manitoba -37%, Ontario – 44%, Quebec – 35%, New Brunswick – 32%, Nova Scotia – 33%, Prince Edward Island – 44%, Newfoundland and Labrador – 47%
New Democrats by province: BC – 33%, Alberta – 23%, Saskatchewan -26%, Manitoba-27% Ontario-26%, Quebec-34%, New Brunswick-34%, Nova Scotia-35%, PEI-21%, Newfoundland and Labrador-23%
Conservatives by province; BC – 27%, Alberta – 39%, Saskatchewan – 38%, Manitoba -36%, Ontario-27%, Quebec- 12%, New Brunswick-30%, Nova Scotia-28%, PEI-26%, Newfoundland and Labrador-28%

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