More than one third (34%) will vote for the Conservatives in next month’s federal election, while fewer than 3-in-10 will vote either for the Liberals (27%) or the NDP (28%).
Just less than half disagree that Prince Charles should become Canada’s Head of State upon the death of his mother (45%), and this is down from more than half who disagreed in May (54%)
Close to half will vote for the Liberal candidate, Anita Vandenbeld (46%), while just more than a third will vote for the Conservative candidate, Abdul Abdi (35%).
Pluralities or majorities favour the progressive position on all of a selection of hot button social issues, with the exception of bringing back the long gun registry.
4-in-10 will vote for the Conservative candidate, James Cumming (40%), while about 3-in-10 or just fewer will vote NDP (Gil McGowan - 30%) or Liberal (Randy Boissonault - 27%).
Close to 4-in-10 will vote for Michael Cooper, the Conservative candidate (38%), while the incumbent, independent Brent Rathgeber, will take 3-in-10 (29%).
3-in-10 have small businesses (29%), and these are slightly more likely to be what is termed a micro-business (one to four employees - 17%), than “small” small businesses (five to 99 employees - 12%).
Exactly equal proportions, about 3-in-10, will vote either for the Conservatives or the Liberals in the upcoming election (31% each).
About 4-in-10, will vote for the Conservative incumbent, Ted Opitz (42%), and the man he best in 2011, Liberal Borys Wrzsenewskyj (43%).
More than 4-in-10 will vote for the Liberal candidate, James Maloney (41%) while one third will support the Conservative incumbent, Bernard Trottier (33%).
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