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Democrats in John Edwards home and in Ohio don't like Bush-bashing
  Jul 26, 2004

A survey of 135 U.S. Democratic Party supporters in Ohio and North Carolina, between July 22-24, 2004. These ‘supporters’ were derived from a previous poll undertaken by ROBBINS two weeks prior to Democratic Vice-President John Edwards being selected by Democratic Presidential candidate John Kerry as his running mate. The margin of error is approximately 3.55%, 19 times out of 20. watch for up to 80 polls and surveys on www.robbinssceresearch.com

Question #1
Do you agree with the Prime Minister of Canada’s Office referring to President George W. Bush as a moron?
Yes    8.90 %
No    91.20 %
Question #2
Is it fair to say that you are afraid to eat beef which is from Alberta, Canada?
Yes    5.20 %
No    93.40 %
No Answer    1.50 %
Question #3
In your opinion, should the U.S. government continue to maintain a ban on Canadian softwood lumber?
Yes    53.00 %
No    40.00 %
Undecided    6.70 %
Commentary
Commentary-There may be some American Democratic party supporters who think less of Republican President George W. Bush, but they sure don’t want to hear slurs about their President from outsiders.
Respondents in this survey are not afraid to eat Alberta, Canada beef. A majority of respondents however are of the opinion that the U.S. government should not lift the ban on Canadian softwood lumber.
Insight-Alberta Premier Ralph Klein did a better job than any other Canadian representative when he visited the United States. BC Premier Gordon Campbell did not talk to all the right people, instead he went straight to the top. This might be a good idea if your mountain climbing or visiting the Space Needle, but in U.S. politics you have to have better sense than that, if you want to get things done.

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