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RSR ROBBINS - Canada 150-Canadians support Individual Rights over Minority/Multiculture Rights - Support by wide marg - travel ban on 1st timers from terrorist states
  Feb 22, 2017

Question #1
Which federal leader and party do you currently support?
Justin Trudeau and Liberal Party of Canada    34 %
Kevin O'Leary and Conservative Party of Canada    29 %
Peter Julian and New Democratic Party of Canada    18 %
Elizabeth May and Green Party of Canada    4 %
Rheal Fortin and Bloc Quebecois Party    5 %
Question #2
In your opinion which public policy position of those provided should your federal Parliament recognize as more important?
A position that Canada recognize multiculturalism and minority rights    41 %
A position that Canada recognize individual rights of each person in Canada    52 %
Question #3
Would you support a temporary travel ban to Canada for those persons wishing to come here for the first time from countries of origin known to sponsor or otherwise support terrorism?
Yes    56 %
No    24 %
Commentary
Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party of Canada continues to hold a minority of support – with raw support at (34%) and decided support at (37%) (+). Kevin O'Leary, a Conservative leadership candidate holds raw support at (29%) with decided support at (32%). Peter Julian and New Democratic Party maintains raw support of (18%) with decided support at just less than (20%). The federal Greens and Bloc hold solid minority raw support at election totals or better based on decided support.
LPC is highest in Ontario (41%) (decided) and Atlantic Provinces (41%) (decided). Support in BC, Alberta & Saskatchewan averages (23%), while Quebec support flounders at (26%).
CPC support is highest in Alberta and Saskatchewan (47%) averaged with Ontario support just under (30%) and British Columbia support floundering at (23%).
Peter Julian and New Democrats find highest support in British Columbia at (34%) (37%) in Lower Mainland) as Liberal support begins to dry up in Vancouver BC. Ontario support is (18%) reflecting the national average support.
RSR ROBBINS asserts the LPC has lost about 4.3% of election totals, while CPC is close to election totals and New Democrats are at election totals or higher.
Mainstream polling aggregates in Canada published by 308.com have LPC at 39%, CPC at 33%, NDP at 16%, Greens @ 5% and Bloc at 5%.
Our RSR ROBBINS poll is different than the mainstream aggregate to the extent that we believe the LPC ,CPC & Greens are slightly overstated, while the NDP is understated by nearly (20%), though considered as trending up.
308 has Liberals, Greens, & Bloc trending down. RSR ROBBINS have Liberals holding position after trend downward, Conservatives holding while trending up, NDP benefiting upward from Liberals & Greens and Bloc trending upward.
Our RSR ROBBINS numbers might suggest a slight majority government, while our numbers plus 308's numbers for the CPC would suggest a strong minority government – Liberals.
In question 2 on Multiculturalism and Minority Rights (MMR) v Individual Rights (IR), the latter wins with room to spare. LPC supporters pick Individual Rights by margin of (48%) to (42%). CPC picks Individual Rights (58%) to (23%), while New Democrats pick Individual Rights (52%) versus MMR's (52%) to (42%). Greens pick Individual Rights (61%) to (24%) MMR. Bloc Quebecois chooses IR (52%) to MMR (37%).
On question #3 supporting a temporary travel ban for first timers from countries that sponsor or support terrorism as follows: LPC “Yes” support ban (51%), “No” to ban (28%). CPC “Yes” (75%), “No” to ban (17%). New Democrats “Yes” (47%), “No” (37%). GPC “Yes” (39%), “No” (38%), Bloc “Yes” (76%), “No” (21%).
LPC “Yes” by Province – BC (47%), Alta (53%), Sask (62%), Manitoba (41%), Ontario (46%), Quebec (71%), Atlantic Provinces (74%). LPC “No” BC (34%), Alta (19%), Sask (19%), Ontario (46%), Quebec (9%), Atlantic Provinces (14%).
CPC “Yes” by Province – BC (74%), Alta (82%), Sask (81%), Manitoba (64%), Ontario (62%), Quebec (78%), Atlantic Provinces (79%). CPC “No” BC (9%), Alta (5%), Sask (11%), Manitoba (24%), Ontario (29%), Quebec (25%), Atlantic Provinces (7%).
NDP “Yes” by Province – BC (56%), Alta (61%), Sask (54%), Manitoba (52%), Ontario (41%), Quebec (41%), Atlantic Provinces (53%). “No” BC (34%), Alta (29%), Sask (21%), Ontario (40%), Quebec (37%), Atlantic Provinces (32%).
Green “Yes” by Province – BC (42%), Alta (52%), Sask (37%), Manitoba (34%), Ontario (41%), Quebec (29%), Atlantic Provinces (40%). “No” BC (44%), Alta (31%), Sask (44%), Manitoba (36%), Ontario (45%), Quebec (23%) Atlantic Provinces (35%).
Clearly Canadians are of the opinion that Individual Rights are more important to them than Multicultural and Minority Rights. Also, very clearly Canadians are supportive of a travel ban of travelers wanting to come to Canada from terrorist states for the first time.
Methodology - Proprietorial - MOE declared at (2.8%) plus or minus - 19/20

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