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RSR ROBBINS - Glen P. Robbins - Leader & Party, Carbon Tax, Opt of Canada's Health Act, who pay$ for pot administration.
  Sep 26, 2018

Question #1
Which federal leader and party in Canada do you support currently? (Shown to 100%)
Justin Trudeau and Federal Liberals    35 %
Andrew Scheer and Federal Conservatives    32 %
Jagmeet Singh and Federal NDP    17 %
Maxime Bernier and Peoples Party of Canada    10 %
Elizabeth May and Green Party of Canada    3 %
Leader and Bloc Party    2 %
(Undecided/All Other)    9 %
Question #2
Do you support a federal or provincial carbon tax for your province?
Yes    38 %
No    57 %
Question #3
Do you support the construction of pipelines from the Province of Alberta through the Province of British Columbia to the west coast and pipelines from the Province of Alberta through Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario through Quebec – for export to all countries on the condition that the oil is refined prior to export to help support Canadian jobs?
Yes    55 %
No    34 %
Question #4
Should medical doctors in your province have the constitutional right to opt out of the applicable rendition of the Canada Health Act in your province – so long as they practice out of the system on their own without billing the province for a specified period of time? This question should be considered in context of reducing long periods for surgery specifically run of the mill ones for knees, hips and such?
Yes    56 %
No    38 %
Question #5
Who should pay for any additional policing or administrative costs associated with each provinces right to sell legal pot in the next month, the province with their share – the federal government with its share?
Province pays costs, but controls regulation and collects the taxes    47 %
Federal pays costs, but controls regulation and collects the taxes    16 %
Federal pays costs, but controls regulation and collects the taxes    22 %
Commentary
Trudeau scores highest support in Atlantic Provinces (40%), Quebec (37%) and Ontario (36%). He scores lowest in Saskatchewan (19%). Andrew Scheer scores highest in Saskatchewan (55%) and Alberta (47%). He scores lowest in Quebec (19%). Jagmeet Singh scores highest in British Columbia (28%) and Atlantic Provinces (19%) and lowest in Alberta (9%). Maxime Bernier scores highest in Quebec with (16%), followed by British Columbia (11%). Lowest support is Saskatchewan (4%). Elizabeth May scores highest in British Columbia (11%) and lowest in Saskatchewan (1%).
Carbon Tax: “Yes” (BC) 53%, Alberta (24%), Saskatchewan (20%), Manitoba (38%), Ontario (32%), Quebec (46%), Atlantic Provinces (37%)-38% “No” (BC) 43%, Alberta (66%), Saskatchewan (69%), Manitoba (43%), Ontario (54%) Quebec (39%), Atlantic Provinces (36%)-57%
Pipelines: “Yes” BC (46%), Alberta (75%), Saskatchewan (79%), Manitoba (53%), Ontario (64%), Quebec (44%), Atlantic Provinces (58%)-55% “No” BC (50%), Alberta (21%), Saskatchewan (11%), Manitoba (37%), Ontario (31%), Quebec (45%), Atlantic Provinces (27%)-34%
Medical Doctor Opt Out of Canada Health Act: “Yes” BC (52%), Alberta (58%), Saskatchewan (64%), Manitoba (47%), Ontario (59%), Quebec (47%), Atlantic Provinces (52%)-56% “No” BC (46%), Alberta (24%), Saskatchewan (29%), Manitoba (45%), Ontario (35%), Quebec (44%), Atlantic Provinces (37%)-38%
MOE declared as Estimate (1.75%) to 2015 federal election voters (survey).

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