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

A recent poll suggests that two-thirds of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians are in favour of government proceeding with the Muskrat Falls project. Does that percentage fit with what you are hearing among your family, friends and co-workers?

  • 36% Yes, seems about right
  • 12% No, amount of support is higher
  • 37% No, amount of support much lower
  • 7% Don’t know
  • 8% Don’t care

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Liberal Scott Reid won the provincial by-election for the District of St. George’s–Stephenville East on Tuesday. Do you think this is an indication that people in the province want change?

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St. John's City Council on Monday voted to reject Teen Challenge Canada's proposal for a centre for 24 women on Fowler's Road be rejected. Do you agree with this?

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Have you been nominated, already took part, or plan to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge?

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A St. John’s city councillor suspects an increase in parking tickets related to overnight street cleaning is the result of a previous council’s decision to stop mailing out the street cleaning schedule in hopes that residents would make better use of the city’s website. The city’s public works committee has approved a proposal to resume mailouts. Do you think the city should resume mailing out the schedule?

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The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is constantly laying charges for impaired driving, despite messages not to drink and drive. What is your opinion about drinking alcohol and driving?

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Access to information review committee chairman Clyde Wells said this week the provincial government has, in the past, abused the solicitor-client privilege reasoning to prevent the release of documents to the public. Do you believe the Newfoundland government is too restrictive in its release of information to the public?

  • 78% Yes
  • 18% No
  • 4% Undecided

Seamus O'Regan, a native Newfoundlander who has worked as a journalist in Ontario for the past decade, announced this week his plans to return home and seek election for the Liberals in federal riding of St. John's South-Mount Pearl. Do you believe it's OK for former Newfoundlanders and Labradorians to return to the province and launch political careers after living and working outside for several years?

  • 70% Yes
  • 24% No
  • 6% Undecided

The wife of a polygamist leader in Bountiful, British Columbia , says existing laws banning multiple marriages violate their right to religious freedom. Do you agree?

  • 15% Yes
  • 82% No
  • 3% Undecided

Do you have home renovations you need to complete before the end of this year?

  • 66% Yes
  • 25% No
  • 9% I do not own a home

It's only August, but some retailers are already stocking their shelves with halloween and Christmas merchandise. Do you believe this is too early?

  • 82% Yes, it's still summer. Stores should wait until at least the beginning of fall
  • 8% No, I have no problem with this. I like to do my shopping early
  • 10% I really don't care

Which of the three candidates seeking the provincial Tory party leadership — the winner to become the next premier — would you like to see win?

  • 28% Paul Davis
  • 15% Steve Kent
  • 25% John Ottenheimer
  • 6% Undecided
  • 26% Neither

The average Canadian family is spending more on taxes than on food, shelter and clothing combined, according to a new study by the Fraser Institute. Is this true for you and your family?

  • 68% Yes
  • 14% No
  • 12% Not more, but maybe it’s even
  • 6% Not sure

August seems to have brought a great deal of rain and fog with cooler temperatures then we had in July. Do you think our summer is over for this year?

  • 61% Yes
  • 35% No
  • 4% I don't care about the weather

Besides severance pay, retired Newfoundland premiers get a lot of perks that continue up to three years after they leave office, including hunting licences, an office and about $70,000 annually for a personal assistant. Do you agree that former premiers should be entitled to such perks after leaving office?

  • 9% Yes
  • 89% No
  • 2% Undecided

Some cabin owners in the Witless Bay Line area are outraged over a plan by Eastern Waste Management to charge them $180 a year for garbage pickup. Cabin owners can't opt out unless their cabin is uninhabitable and has no power. Do you agree with cabin owners being forced to pay such a fee, even if they don't avail of the service?

  • 39% Yes
  • 56% No
  • 5% Undecided