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

Latest polling data released by Halifax-based Corporate Research Associates has the Liberals at 52 per cent of decided voters, the Tories at 29 per cent of decided voters, and the NDP support at 19 per cent. If an election was held today, which party would you vote for?

  • 54% Liberals
  • 26% Tories
  • 6% NDP
  • 8% Undecided
  • 3% Neither, wouldn’t vote

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Survey

Are you feeling the effects of Newfoundland and Labrador’s 2.4 per cent inflation rate, highest among the provinces?

Survey

Should the provincial government withhold funding to Iris Kirby House if the organization’s board can’t provide answers to questions about its financial statements?

Survey

At its next convention, should the provincial Liberal party approve a leadership review, and hold a leadership election within one year?

Survey

Should Eastern Health abandon parking fees at hospitals, and allow patients and visitors to park for free?

Survey

Have you, or will you, buy fish or other seafood directly from the person who caught it?

Recent survey

Did St. John’s Pride do the right thing by asking RNC members to not wear their police uniforms if they walk in Sunday’s Pride Parade?

  • 21% Yes
  • 79% No

Have you or someone in your family been affected by the federal decision not to extend EI benefits for oil workers in St. John’s?

  • 16% Yes
  • 84% No

Do you agree with the Newfoundland government’s policy of censoring swear words from access to information requests that are posted online?

  • 41% Yes
  • 59% No

Have recent food recalls made you more wary of mass-produced foods?

  • 68% Yes
  • 32% No

Do you think it’s taking too long to hammer out a contract between Stan Marshall and Nalcor?

  • 77% Yes
  • 23% No

Do you think developers should be required to include trees on development properties?

  • 87% Yes
  • 13% No

Should pit bulls be banned?

  • 71% Yes
  • 29% No

What’s the most effective thing the province could do to encourage immigrants to stay?

  • 27% Recognize credentials
  • 14% Set conditions
  • 17% Provide more transition services
  • 42% None of the above

Which side do you support in the dispute at Canada Post?

  • 44% Canada Post
  • 56% The Canadian Union of Postal Workers

Are you concerned that Natural Resources Minister Siobhan Coady apparently sometimes used her personal Gmail account for government business?

  • 70% Yes
  • 30% No