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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

Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s plans to reform the scandal-plagued Senate were derailed Friday by a historic and unanimous Supreme Court of Canada decision. The top court advised the prime minister’s proposals to impose term limits on senators and create a “consultative election” process to choose nominees cannot be done by the federal government alone. What is your reaction to the Supreme Court's decision?

  • 49% I agree with the decision. The Senate was established to represent the regions of Canada and the federal government should not be able to make unilateral decisions that impact the Senate.
  • 40% I disagree with the decision. The Senate needs to be reformed. This will never happen now because seven provinces, representing 50 per cent of the population, will never agree.
  • 10% I neither agree nor disagree. In fact, I couldn't care less what happens to the Senate.

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Should newspapers allow anonymous comments on their websites?

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Has your opinion of Justin Trudeau changed as a result of “the chaos” that happened in the House of Commons on Wednesday?

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Do you have a smoke detector in your home?

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What are your plans for the Victoria Day weekend?

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Would you cross a picket line to give blood?

  • 47% Yes
  • 53% No

Are automobile manufacturers going to start building more electric cars?

  • 42% Yes. They are better for the environment and more people will want to buy them.
  • 58% No. They are too expensive.

Would you sit next to a person who is “vaping?”

  • 25% Yes
  • 73% No
  • 2%

What do you think of the MLAs' performance this spring session?

  • 16% Thumps Up!
  • 84% Thumbs Down!

Are the caring meters a good way to address the panhandling problem in Charlottetown?

  • 13% Yes.
  • 54% No.
  • 33% Wait and see.

Should standing committee meetings involving procedures of the legislature be open to the public?

  • 78% Yes.
  • 8% No.
  • 14% Depends on what will be discussed.

What's the best use for the Founders' Hall building in Charlottetown?

  • 38% Provincial museum.
  • 36% Farmers' market.
  • 6% Restaurant.
  • 3% Office space.
  • 17% I think it should be bulldozed.

Should elected politicians take part in private fundraisers and events that charge money for attendance?

  • 21% Yes.
  • 54% No.
  • 25% Depends on the event.

Do you know anyone affected by the Fort McMurray wildfire?

  • 74% Yes
  • 26% No

Four years ago, Walmart decided to remove the greeters at the front of the store. Did you miss your Walmart greeter?

  • 35% Yes
  • 65% No