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

Should bars and pubs be allowed to exclude underage patrons?

  • 65% Yes
  • 9% No
  • 26% Yes, but only after 10 p.m.

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The province has announced it will make changes to the Highway Traffic Act so Island police officers will have quick access to emerging technologies that detect drug impairment. How big of a problem do you think driving while impaired by drugs is?

Survey

The Weather Network is forecasting a normal fall for P.E.I. with seasonal temperatures. What do you think the fall weather holds for Islanders?

Survey

The party is over and the P.E.I. 2014 Celebration Zone in Charlottetown has closed after the 70-day festival. Do you think it was a success?

Recent survey

Has the high number of breakdowns at the Northumberland Ferries service this summer eroded your confidence in the service?

  • 49% Yes, there have been too many breakdowns. I will be travelling via the Confederation Bridge from now on.
  • 51% No, breakdowns happen every day. I will continue to use the ferry.

Which Liberal hopeful do you feel would be best positioned to take on Conservative MP Gail Shea in the riding of Egmont the next federal election?

  • 5% Gilles Arsenault
  • 2% Robert Gallant
  • 49% Robert Morrissey
  • 40% Tina Mundy
  • 4% Don Reid

Canada's premiers have spent the last three days meeting in Charlottetown. Do you think they accomplished anything?

  • 28% Yes
  • 72% No

Do you think there should be a public inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women?

  • 65% Yes
  • 35% No

Do you think P.E.I. should be involved in lobbying for upgrades to Highway 16 in N.B., the section of the Trans-Canada Highway that runs from the Port Elgin roundabout to the Confederation Bridge?

  • 54% Yes. That portion of the highway is important to our tourism as well as to Islanders who use it every day.
  • 35% No. P.E.I. has more than enough roads needing upgrades without worrying about New Brunswick's roads.
  • 11% Yes. P.E.I. should be involved in lobbying for the upgrades but not until after New Brunswick's provincial election.

Up to now VLTs could only be operated on Sundays at the Red Shores casinos in Charlottetown and Summerside. The decision has been made to lift the Sunday ban to level the playing field for licensed premises that have VLT machines. Do you agree with the decision?

  • 32% Yes
  • 68% No

The QMJHL season starts in September. Will you be attending any of the Charlottetown Islanders games?

  • 10% Yes. I already have my season pass.
  • 21% I will attend some games.
  • 11% It all depends on how well they are playing.
  • 58% I won't be attending any of the games.

Are you concerned about the possible use of pesticides close to the city's new water source?

  • 74% Yes
  • 26% No

The City of Charlottetown is thinking about fining people who feed foxes. Do you think this is fair?

  • 60% Yes. Obviously people aren't getting the message that feeding them is wrong.
  • 40% No. I think fining people is taking it too far.

P.E.I.'s only full-time pain specialist, Dr. Desmond Colohan, will be retiring on Aug. 19. What do you think should be done to replace him?

  • 50% There should be another full-time pain specialist hired to replace him.
  • 4% Bring a doctor in from Nova Scotia as a visiting specialist.
  • 46% Develop a network of primary pain clinics around the province using nurse practitioners.