Here are the result of the survey.
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 provincial government recently filed a statement of claim against 13 tobacco companies and the Canadian Tobacco Manufacturers' Council seeking to recoup health care costs associated with smoking. They also have about $7 million invested in tobacco companies through the master trust. Do you think government should be investing in the tobacco industry while suing them?
Should Hockey Canada ban body checking from peewee division hockey play?
Do you think Victoria Day should be a statutory holiday?
Should Mike Duffy resign in light of the latest controversy to dog the P.E.I. Senator?
Who are you cheering for in the second round of the NHL playoffs?
Should lobster fishermen get back to work?
UPEI students will be paying more next year after the school's board of governors passed a budget recently that included a four per cent tuition increase. Do you think this increase is fair?
Do you think Island fishermen protesting against low lobster prices will be successful in getting the price increased?
What do you feel would be a fair price for Island fishermen to be paid for lobster?
Minister Currie believes the average wait time for an ambulance is approximately 22 minutes. Do you believe ambulance response times are acceptable in your home town?
Do you support the elimination of school board elections on P.E.I.
The P.E.I. government is reviewing its funding for medical school seats. Do you think the P.E.I. students who get those funded seats should have to return to the province to practice medicine for a stipulated amount of time after graduating?
Do you think the P.E.I. Rocket will find a local buyer and stay on P.E.I. or do you think the team is bound for Quebec?
In light of the recent Liberal leadership election, who do you think would make the best prime minister for Canada?
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