Our Polls

Here are the results of the poll.

Because our results are rounded, a single vote may not seem to affect the percentages below. Rest assured it does count for the calculation of the results.

Results of the survey

How many cups of coffee do you drink a day?

  • 15% Just one
  • 41% 2-3
  • 14% 4+
  • 18% I prefer tea
  • 9% I don't drink coffee or caffeinated beverages

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Do you benefit from the federal New Horizons Seniors Program funding?

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Are you still following the Mike Duffy trial?

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Are you dreading next month’s credit card bill?

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When do you eat your biggest meal of the day?

  • 7% Morning
  • 5% Noon
  • 88% Usual suppertime
  • 0% Later in the eveing

Should a Christian prayer be allowed to open council or legislature meetings?

  • 31% No prayers
  • 53% Yes it should
  • 16% Either include all religions or none
  • 0% Not sure

Do you make your computer passwords really difficult?

  • 10% Extremely
  • 55% Fairly tricky
  • 22% No, I make them easy
  • 0% I don't have any
  • 13% I think so, I can never remember them

Do you think Hillary Clinton will win the U.S. presidential election?

  • 20% Most likely
  • 32% Reasonable chance
  • 22% Not likely
  • 16% No chance
  • 10% No idea

Do you exercise?

  • 30% Regularly
  • 33% Sometimes
  • 24% Rarely
  • 13% Never

What’s your general feeling about the provincial budget?

  • 7% It's very sound
  • 27% As good as possible given circumstances
  • 29% Lacking
  • 37% Terrible

Are you willing to share the pain to help balance the provincial budget?

  • 32% Yes
  • 68% No

Are you closely following the Mike Duffy trial?

  • 24% Every juicy detail
  • 3% Yes, but I expect he's innocent
  • 37% In a general way
  • 36% Not really

How often do you do grocery shopping?

  • 30% Once a week
  • 53% A bit every couple of days
  • 11% Every two weeks
  • 6% I don't do the grocery shopping

Do you swear?

  • 22% In a big way
  • 33% Average
  • 30% Just a tiny bit
  • 15% Never
  • 0% Trying hard to quit