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The Changing of the Guard in Ottawa
  Jun 06, 2004

A random telephone survey of 590 respondents in Ontario, Canada between June 3-6, 2004 throughout 20 constituencies in Ontario. Twelve constituencies are considered ‘urban’ and eight ‘rural’. Of the 590 respondents in total, 275 were respondents who had been contacted in a previous survey conducted by ROBBINS the last week of May, 2004. This survey has not been adjusted and features a margin of error of 3.5% (rounded), 18 times out of 20, at 98%. ROBBINS is confident that the trend at the date of issuance significantly favours the Conservative Party over both the Liberal Party and the News Democrats in the Province of Ontario.

Question #1
If the following four platforms were the only platforms offered by a political party in the federal election, would they in total be sufficient to attract your vote? (1) Free and equal access to the health system for all Canadians. (2)Free education for all natural born Canadians including 4 years of post secondary education. (3)A complete and full funding of all socials programs for those Canadians who are truly in need. (4)Reasonable and fair taxation.
Yes, these four platforms alone would be sufficient    53.10 %
No, these four platforms alone would not be sufficient    45.60 %
Undecided-    1.40 %
Question #2
In your opinion which of the following groups is most responsible for continued problems in the Middle East?
Palestinians    12.10 %
Israeli's    27.20 %
Iraqi insurgents and terrorists    26.70 %
Americans    21.60 %
Undecided    12.80 %
Question #3
If the federal general election date were held tomorrow for which political leader and party would you cast you vote?
Stephen Harper and Conservative Party    40.50 %
Paul Martin and federal Liberal party    30.20 %
Jack Layton and NDP    23.10 %
Question #4
Every weekend in emergency wards all across the country, Canadian teenagers are being treated for alcohol abuse. Emergency doctors and nurses are calling this health problem an epidemic. Social cost accounting reveals that upwards of 10 billion dollars is lost to the Canadian economy owing to alcohol abuse every year. In your opinion, at a minimum, do you agree that advertising of alcohol specifically that which is targeted at young Canadians, should be banned?
Yes    54.40 %
No    28.50 %
Undecided    17.20 %
Commentary
Commentary-Respondents in Ontario think that the Israeli government and its supporters are the biggest problem in the Middle East more than any other participants to that conflicted region. Canadians want cleaner simpler government, and for this general reason they will vote Paul Martin’s Liberals out of office on June 28, 2004. The political environment in the country has become too confusing, with respondents not knowing what or whom to believe with federal liberals anymore. Paul Martin has attempted to paint Stephen Harper as an extremist and has failed. He will be punished for this failed fear mongering. Respondents in this survey overwhelmingly accepted the case for banning alcohol advertising, as it is harming not only young adults but teenagers as well.
Commentary-Respondents in Ontario think that the Israeli government and its supporters are the biggest problem in the Middle East more than any other participants to that conflicted region. Canadians want cleaner simpler government, and for this general reason they will vote Paul Martin’s Liberals out of office on June 28, 2004. The political environment in the country has become too confusing, with respondents not knowing what or whom to believe with federal liberals anymore. Paul Martin has attempted to paint Stephen Harper as an extremist and has failed. He will be punished for this failed fear mongering. Respondents in this survey overwhelmingly accepted the case for banning alcohol advertising, as it is harming not only young adults but teenagers as well.

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