Almost 4-in-10 (38%) will vote NDP in the election called for May 5th, while one quarter (25%) will vote for the Wildrose Party and one fifth will vote PCAA (20%).
Less than 3-in-10 (29%) approve of the budget, while as many as 4-in-10 (40%) disapprove.
About one third will support the Conservatives (33%) or the Liberals in the next federal election (35%).
The majority, close to 6-in-10 say it is appropriate for two or more parties to form a coalition to govern if no party gets a majority of seats in Parliament (58%) and a similar proportion also favour an informal arrangement between two or more parties to govern (54%).
One tenth explicitly claimed they had consumed cannabis in the past week (9%), while a further one tenth chose not to answer the question (8%) which may be interpreted as an admission.
One half (48%) approved of the new Canadian Forces mission to Ukraine, while just fewer disapproved (40%).
Almost exactly equal proportions, about 3-in-10, will vote for the Wildrose Party (30%), the New Democrats (28%) or the PCs (27%) in the election scheduled for May 5.
Just one half agree Canada needs new, stiffer anti-terror legislation (51%).
Just 4-in-10 express approval for our mission in Iraq (39%), while disapproval is common to almost half (48%).
One third or just fewer will vote either for the Conservatives (31%) or the Liberals (34%) if a federal election were held today.
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