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ROBBINS Sce Research - Major Christmas 2010 poll - Bill Vander Zalm and new BC First Party (32.7%), Mike Farnworth and NDP (27.1%), Gordon Campbell and BC Liberals (18.6%)
  Feb 05, 2011

Question #1
From the following choices offered ONLY, which political leader and party do you currently support most?
Fight HST leader and former BC premier Bill Vander Zalm and new BC First Party    32.7 %
Veteran MLA Mike Farnworth and BC NDP Party    27.1 %
Current BC Premier Gordon Campbell and BC Liberals    18.6 %
Commentary
Fight HST Leader and former Social Credit Premier Bill Vander Zalm and the new BC First Party top the polls in the province of British Columbia in this exclusive ROBBINS Sce Research (1998) poll of (2009) voters throughout the province.
Respondents in this exclusive Christmas 2010 were gleaned from the following areas of the province of B.C.:
Richmond, Delta, Surrey (171)
Burnaby, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam (125).
Langley, Abbotsford, Mission, Maple Ridge (118)
Kamloops, Kelowna, Vernon, Penticton
The City of Vancouver (104)
Oak Bay-Gordon Head, Victoria, Saanich (Vancouver Island) (93)
Nanaimo (28)
This polling stunner shows that Bill Vander Zalm and the new BC First Party are the favourites of BC voters, who seem to be getting sick of both the BC NDP and BC Liberals both seeking changes in the leader position.
Carole James has stepped down, permitting a potential leadership candidate, longtime veteran MLA Mike Farnworth to be utilized in this ROBBINS poll in the leadership position. Gordon Campbell remains as leader of the BC Liberal Party and will thus be used in this capacity until February 26, 2011 when he finally steps down.
Bill Vander Zalm is the hottest political commodity in the province of BC, with many supporters and well wishers welcoming him back and onto an otherwise dismally depressing political scene.
The Zalm - who is known in the province of BC as the King of Charisma - has earned his comeback, as champion of the little people - the successful Fight HST campaign - and who along with Chris Delaney and others is promoting the Recall of BC Liberals and specifically Ida Chong of Oak Bay Gordon Head at this moment in time.
Bill Vander Zalm and new BC First Party score as follows:
In Richmond, Delta and Surrey (30.4%). In Burnaby, Coquitlam, and Port Coquitlam (26.4%).
In Langley, Abbotsford, Mission and Maple Ridge (32.2%), and in Kamloops, Kelowna, Vernon and Penticton (Interior ridings in the province of BC) a whopping (44.7%).
In the City of Vancouver - a major surprise for Vander Zalm and new BC First Party (28.8%) support. In Oak Bay, Victoria, and Saanich - the Zalm blows us all away with (38.7%) public support. Amazing success and start for 2011 for The New BC First Party.
Even in Nanaimo - Zalm's numbers are near his average with 8/28 respondents selecting he and the New BC First Party - and he hasn't officially declared yet. (Maybe the Zalm is the reason for the threat of a snap B.C. election?)
BC NDP political veteran Mike Farnworth scores terribly in Richmond, Delta and Surrey @ (17.5%), where only current BC Premier Gordon Campbell and BC Liberals are lower @ (15.2%).
Farnworth outscores his opponents in Burnaby, Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam (Poco his home riding) @ (33.6%) to Bill Vander Zalm's (26.4%) and Gordon Campbell's (22.4%).
Farnworth also does well in Vancouver (32.7%), Oak Bay-Gordon Head, Victoria, Saanich (36.6%)and ties Vander Zalm in Nanaimo with (28.6%). Farnworth does less well in Langley, Abbotsford, Mission, Maple Ridge (23.7%) and Kamloops, Kelowna, Vernon and Penticton (23.4%).
As his overall numbers reveal current BC Liberal leader Gordon Campbell is NOT well liked by BC voters - who were the object of so many lies - it is difficult for them "to keep track (sic)".
Premier Campbell does worst in Nanaimo with 0/28 respondents supporting him, next worst in Oak Bay-Gordon Head, Victoria, Saanich (8.6%).
Campbell performs best in Langley, Abbotsford, Mission, Maple Ridge (28.8%) and in Burnaby, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam with (22.4%). Campbell's (21.2%) support in the City of Vancouver rounds out his better totals.
A targeted survey of 732 BC voters from the May 2009 general provincial election in the Province of British Columbia, between December 17th and 22nd, 2010. This poll features a margin of error of 3.62%, 19 times out of 20 @95% confidence.

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