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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

The Newfoundland and Labrador PC Party will chose a new leader in July. Are you following news coverage about the potential candidates who will be vying for the leadership?

  • 65% Yes, the outcome is important to the province.
  • 26% No, I have no interest in the PC leadership.
  • 8% I have no interest in politics.

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The provincial government announced Thursday it is moving ahead with plans for a new court complex for St. John’s to serve the Northeast Avalon Peninsula. The intent is to construct a complex to house the court of appeal, the supreme court, family division, and the provincial court on a single site. What do you think of this?

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Do you think the Liberal victory in the Conception Bay South byelection is a sign of the way things are going for Premier Paul Davis and the Tory party heading toward the next general election?

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Do you find it difficult finding a garage or service centre to install your winter tires each year?

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Do you believe Justice and Public Safety Minister Judy Manning is a good fit for that position, despite not being an elected member of the House of Assembly?

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Pharmacists have long lobbied to play a bigger role in the province’s health-care system. It was announced last Thursday they will be allowed to administer flu shots. Would you consider going to a pharmacist to get your flu shot?

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Did you, or will you dress up in costume for work today in the spirit of halloween?

  • 18% Yes
  • 55% No
  • 9% Not working today
  • 13% I hate halloween
  • 5% I’m too scared to dress up

Do you think there is too much variance in the way the City of St. John’s makes development decisions in different neighbourhoods of the city?

  • 85% Yes, it’s really obvious
  • 4% No, council applies the same rules everywhere
  • 9% Some variance, but no council is perfect
  • 2% Undecided

For some people, Halloween is celebrated almost like Christmas, with elaborate costumes, decorations and parties. Do you plan to celebrate Halloween in a big way this year?

  • 10% Yes
  • 64% No
  • 26% I have no interest in Halloween.

The City of St. John’s will spend $1.66 million more on snowclearing this winter after a review of the city’s operations found city crews unprepared to handle last winter’s snowfall, with not enough equipment to do the job. What do you think about this?

  • 18% Good move
  • 6% Not enough, need more money in snowclearing
  • 50% Unbelievable that they needed a report to tell them the obvious
  • 22% Don’t matter, they still won’t get it right
  • 4% Don’t know what I think

A group of former RCMP officers, a lawyer fronting them, a blood pattern expert and many members of the general public want the RCMP to dig up and forensically test a car a man claims is linked to the Dana Bradley murder investigation. The RCMP says no because the man’s story doesn’t add up or match known evidence in the case. What do you think should be done?

  • 9% Trust the RCMP’s decision, they know best
  • 67% Dig up the car, even just to rule it out
  • 22% Get an independent forensic team to do the job
  • 2% Undecided

A recruitment video released by the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary Association recently has caused debate with some arguing it is too militaristic and sends the wrong message to potential candidates. Do you think it is too militaristic?

  • 30% Yes, it looks like an army recruitment video
  • 40% No, it shows the reality of what RNC officers sometimes have to face
  • 14% I haven’t seen the video
  • 16% The incidents in Ottawa Wednesday show why such a video is important

After the fatal shooting of reservist Cpl. Nathan Cirillo on the steps of the National War Memorial in Ottawa Wednesday, and the shooting shortly after inside Parliament’s Hall of Honour, do you think you will ever feel as safe in Canada in the future as you did before?

  • 55% Yes, Canada is a safe country
  • 28% No, Canada is a target for terrorism
  • 13% Haven’t felt safe since 9/11
  • 4% Don’t know

Almost every day in the St. John's-metro region, there's a rash of traffic accidents, especially during peak traffic hours. What do you think is the main underlying cause of those single-vehicle crashes and collisions in the region?

  • 21% Speeding
  • 10% Lack of driver education
  • 66% Distractions, including texting and talking on cell phones
  • 3% Uncertain

The Canadian Cancer Society, which operates Daffodil Place, asked the City of St. John’s for $5,000 to refurbish the room the city sponsored during construction. City council is divided on the issue. Do you think the city should provide the funding?

  • 38% Yes, it’s the city-sponsored room
  • 23% No, the room was sponsored just for construction only
  • 23% Don’t understand why it needs $5,000 for this
  • 3% Undecided
  • 13% If the city does provide this funding, other groups may seek such funding also

Eastern Health announced that its seasonal influenza (flu) immunization clinics will begin on Monday. Will you be getting a flu shot this year?

  • 56% Yes
  • 38% No
  • 6% Undecided