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RSR ROBBINS - Glen P. Robbins: Trudeau, Scheer, Singh, Bernier, May=Minority government 2019, Is Democratic Party Mob? Marijuana roll out - USMCA - and no more taxes-
  Oct 15, 2018

Question #1
Which leader & party in Canada do your currently support?
Justin Trudeau/Federal Liberal Party of Canada    34 %
Andrew Scheer/Federal Conservative Party of Canada    32 %
Jagmeet Singh/Federal New Democratic Party of Canada    19 %
Maxime Bernier/Federal People’s Party of Canada    10 %
Elizabeth May/Green Party of Canada    4 %
Leader/Bloc Quebecois Party    2 %
(Undecided/All Other)    7 %
Question #2
Support for recent USMCA (NAFTA) agreement:
Yes    42 %
No    33 %
Undecided/All Other    25 %
Question #3
(Push) Does the Democratic Party in the United States appear to be more of a ‘mob’ than a major political party to you these days?
Yes    53 %
No    30 %
Question #4
How successful do you believe your provincial and/or city, municipal or other government will be more of-- in rolling out marijuana business once legalized?
(More) “Successful” (overall average)    45 %
(More) “Unsuccessful” (overall average)    37 %
Question #5
Which country do you trust more in trade? (Shown as Decided)
United States    61 %
China    18 %
Neither    21 %
(Undecided/All Other)    12 %
Question #6
Are you willing to pay higher taxes generally for more government services and employees to be added to tax payrolls at federal, provincial and municipal levels?
Yes    28 %
No    64 %
Commentary
Justin Trudeau/Federal Liberal Party of Canada: British Columbia (28%), Alberta (23%), Saskatchewan (20%), Manitoba (37%), Ontario (37%), Quebec (33%), Atlantic Provinces (38%)=(34%) Andrew Scheer/Federal Conservative Party of Canada: British Columbia (29%), Alberta (50%), Saskatchewan (52%), Manitoba (35%), Ontario (37%), Quebec (17%), Atlantic Provinces (30%)=(32%) Jagmeet Singh/Federal New Democratic Party of Canada: British Columbia (28%), Alberta (15%), Saskatchewan (18%), Manitoba (23%), Ontario (18%), Quebec (14%), Atlantic Provinces (22%)=(19%) Maxime Bernier/Federal People’s Party of Canada: British Columbia (8%), Alberta (10%), Saskatchewan (11%), Manitoba (3%), Ontario (6%), Quebec (25%), Atlantic Provinces (8%)=(10%) Elizabeth May/Green Party of Canada: British Columbia (8%), Alberta (2%), Saskatchewan (0%), Manitoba (3%), Ontario (3%), Quebec (2%), Atlantic Provinces (5%)=(4%) Leader/Bloc Quebecois Party: Quebec (10%): (2%)
Justin Trudeau/Federal Liberal Party down in support nearly (6%) from 2015 federal general election with another federal election coming in 2019. Andrew Scheer remains steady from Election Totals obtained by Conservative Party in 2015 as does Jagmeet Singh and Federal New Democrats. Maxime Bernier former Conservative Party of Canada leadership rival to Andrew Scheer (very close) has ventured on his own – and holds at (10%) running a clear second in the Province of Quebec already – and likely setting the stage to bar Trudeau from a 2nd majority. Elizabeth May and Green Party of Canada hold 2015 Election Totals – and slightly better – while Bloc Quebecois sputters.
With respect to USMCA(42%) is a clear Canadian majority. The Undecided/Can’t Answer suggests many Canadians don’t know much about the deal, while anecdote of support suggests a similar conclusion.
A terrible outcome for the Democratic Party of the United States – as Canadians normally support Democratic presidents over Republican ones by 2/1. This question doesn’t suggest support for Trump but it does causally infer that Trump’s Republicans aren’t likely to be confused with the Mob, bad bad news from Canadians to Democrats (Emergency).
Atlantic Provinces most inclined to believe rolling out marijuana business will be more successful @ (62%), with British Columbia coming in last at (37%). British Columbia also attracts the highest more unsuccessful percentage (42%) followed by Ontario (38%). Lowest more unsuccessful is located in Atlantic Provinces (27%), followed by Manitoba (29%). Combining BC and Ontario suggests - just shy of one half of 2015 in those Voters see more success in marijuana business roll out – while one half anticipates more unsuccess. Not a ringing endorsement of perception of preparedness.
When compared to China (and to themselves) at least one in two Canadians trust United States in trade while one in seven trust China or are Undecided. How is Alberta going to explain selling all that oil to China)? Will this form part of the U.S. authority in provisions of new NAFTA (USMCA).
Governments that tighten their belt will be seen as more favourable by the public – at this point going forward.
Recent - Margin of Error - 1.5% (2015 Voters in General Federal Election) (Canada).

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