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

Do think the City of St. John’s needs a public relations department of five full-time employees and a budget of $478,000?

  • 25% Yes, growing city, lots of activity
  • 40% No
  • 25% Maybe one or two PR staff is enough
  • 1% Undecided
  • 7% Don’t live in St. John’s, don’t care

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If you were British, how would you have voted in Thursday’s referendum in the U.K.?

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Should Municipal Affairs Minister Eddie Joyce accede to former St. John’s mayor Andy Wells’ request to investigate the current city council?

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Should the police crack down on panhandlers on road medians?

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The country’s finance ministers meet today in Vancouver. Do you support the federal Liberals’ attempt to expand the Canada Pension Plan?

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Are you planning to watch Sunday's NASCAR Whelen All-American series race in Avondale?

Recent survey

Should the NLTA continue its lawsuit to block the release of a sunshine list of provincial employees names, positions and salaries?

  • 21% yes
  • 79% no

The Newfoundland and Labrador Housing and Homeless Network launched the first furniture bank in St. John’s today. Would you support such an initiative?

  • 85% Yes
  • 8% No
  • 7% I'll need to use it myself

Do you agree with the government’s granting approval of Nalcor Energy’s plan to provide compensation if its monitoring plan reveals methylmercury contamination downstream from the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam?

  • 32% Yes
  • 68% No

Sean Squires paid almost $3,000 for $10,000 worth of discounted pet food to donate to animal shelters. At your house, would you rather feed cats or dogs?

  • 42% Cats
  • 58% Dogs

Who was the best hockey player of all time?

  • 24% Gordie Howe
  • 30% Wayne Gretzky
  • 32% Bobby Orr
  • 14% Other

Do you support MP Mauril Belanger’s bill to make ‘O Canada’ gender neutral?

  • 16% Yes
  • 84% No

Fines for talking and texting on cellphones are going up to $500 for a first offence to $1,000. Should they be even higher?

  • 87% Yes
  • 13% No

It’s June — have you changed your winter tires yet?

  • 75% Yes
  • 25% No

Should the provincial government be paying contractors to remove political signs from poles around Confederation Building?

  • 9% Yes
  • 91% No

Do you support the provincial government’s plans to regulate e-cigarettes, flavoured tobacco and hookah bars?

  • 70% Yes
  • 30% No