Our Polls

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 federal Liberals have moved to the head of the pack among voters in Atlantic Canada, according to the latest Corporate Research Associates poll. Do you believe the poll is accurate?

  • 50% Yes
  • 49% No

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Survey

Are you planning a "staycation" this year

Survey

If a new multi-use facility is built in Charlottetown, do you think the Eastlink facility would be a good location for a provincial museum?

Survey

Will the Toronto Maple Leafs make it to next season's Stanley Cup playoffs under the leadership of Mike Babcock?

Survey

Does P.E.I. need a new system in place to break election ties?

Survey

Does the P.E.I. government provide enough financial support for childcare?

Recent survey

Should Charlottetown street vendors be allowed to sell food after midnight?

  • 87% Yes
  • 13% No

With the sale of Co-op Atlantic stores to Sobeys are you worried about the future of your local Co-op?

  • 71% Yes
  • 29% No

Should West Kent School be designated as a Gr. K-3 school and Spring Park as a Gr. 4-6 school to alleviate the problem of overcrowding at Spring Park?

  • 83% Yes
  • 17% No

Will Elizabeth May's speech at the Press Gallery Dinner hurt her or her party's chance of getting re-elected?

  • 57% Yes
  • 43% No

Should the spring lobster season be extended because of the late start?

  • 74% Yes
  • 26% No

Are you planning to visit other parts of Canada this summer?

  • 56% YES
  • 44% NO

Should the city help Emerald Carriage Tours keep its business in Charlottetown?

  • 62% Yes
  • 38% No

Should Rob Lantz stay on as leader of the PC party?

  • 44% Yes
  • 56% No

Do you think the political parties are taking their signs down fast enough?

  • 44% Yes
  • 56% No

Do you agree with the Charlottetown Islanders' decision to fire head coach Gordie Dwyer?

  • 47% Yes
  • 53% No