One half now approve of the province’s new health and physical education curriculum (49%), while just more than a third disapprove (37%).
The plurality, close to one half, preferred the Liberal’s proposal for an income-tested child care benefit (47%),
More than one third will vote NDP if a provincial election were held today (35%), while just fewer would vote PC (32%).
The majority (53%) say they are likely to switch their vote to support a politician or party which promises to legalize marijuana, and fully one third are “very likely” (34%).
Just fewer than one third will vote NDP if the federal election were held today (32%) and this represents a drop from their high of more than a third noted last week (June 23 - 36%).
7-in-10 approve of same sex marriage (70%).
Almost equal proportions support (39%) and oppose (41%) Bill C-51, the new anti-terrorism legislation.
The majority (52%) are likely to switch their vote to support a party or politician who will repeal Bill C-51, and as many as one third are “very likely” to do so (34%).
Well more than a third will vote NDP if a federal election were held today (36%), while just more than a quarter would vote either Liberal or Conservative (28% each).
The election issues which are seen to be most likely to sway votes are returning the age for OAS to 65 from 67, increasing Canada Pension Plan contributions and benefits, creating a national drug plan and building affordable housing.
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