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The Guardian's Quick Question for March 14-15, 2020
Oct 01, 2019 at 8:31 p.m.
Mar 13, 2020 at 4:27 p.m.
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Note: This poll is for entertainment purposes only and is not a scientific survey.
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How many rolls of toilet paper per person do you have in your house right now?
Pineapples on pizza?
Do you think there is adequate dialysis coverage in P.E.I.?
What do you think of gas price regulation?
What do you think of gas price regulation?
Are the benefits associated with electric buses worth the costs of setting them up?
How do you feel about daylight time?
Has the coronavirus affected your travel plans?
Should snowmobilers be allowed on private property?
How do you think the UPEI women’s Panthers basketball team will fare at U-Sports championship
When do you think most of the snow will be melted in P.E.I.?
What is your favourite thing about March?
Do you watch Big Brother Canada?
What are you giving up for Lent?
Where did you get your most beloved pet?
What is your reaction to Premier Dennis King’s state-of-the province address to rotary?
Do you ever stop into Tignish on your way to North Cape?
Have you been able to find adequate childcare for your children?
What’s your go-to fast food option?
Now that Suzanne Birt’s rink has advanced at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, where do you think they will finish?
How far will the UPEI Panthers women’s hockey team go in the playoffs?
What is the farthest distance you have ever hiked?
What did you celebrate over the weekend?
Do you plan to take in any of the events around Jack Frost Winterfest?
How do you celebrate Valentine’s Day?
What do you think is the single biggest barrier to mental health and addictions recovery?
Which of the following long-running game shows is your favourite?
What school teacher or staff person had the most positive influence on you?
What indoor activities do you prefer when weather is bad?
Do you think there is enough diversity among this year’s Oscar nominees?
How many more storms do you think are left before spring?
Have you gotten your flu shot?
Have you ever gone ice fishing?
Which is your least favourite winter month?
Did your team win the Super Bowl?
Will you watch the Super Bowl?
Do you think the groundhog will see his shadow in P.E.I. Sunday?
Is stigma around mental health in the workplace improving?
Which music awards program do you most closely follow?
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