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RV1A. Thinking of how you feel right now, if a FEDERAL election were held tomorrow, which of the following parties' candidates would you, yourself, be most likely to support?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

The Conservative Party

245
22.0%

24
34.0%
AEF
11
16.0%

45
16.0%

71
21.0%

40
13.0%

60
21.0%

91
27.0%

57
27.0%

240
27.0%

136
24.0%

81
26.0%

95
23.0%
O
103
25.0%

110
28.0%
O
112
29.0%

274
25.0%

28
24.0%

16
22.0%

88
26.0%

50
24.0%

224
25.0%

144
25.0%

85
28.0%

100
24.0%

89
23.0%

46
4.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

6
2.0%

3
2.0%

10
5.0%

36
4.0%

20
4.0%

26
5.0%

14
5.0%

19
5.0%

13
3.0%

30
3.0%

1
1.0%

1
1.0%

10
2.0%

1
1.0%

5
2.0%

8
3.0%

6
3.0%

4
2.0%

26
3.0%

13
2.0%

17
3.0%

9
3.0%

12
3.0%

9
2.0%

1
0

12
8.0%
BCDEF
0
-

27
9.0%
HIJ
10
4.0%

10
3.0%

Green Party

81
30.0%
D
46
17.0%
ABCDF
5
2.0%

75
26.0%

The Bloc Quebecois (BQ)

45
30.0%
D
0
-

134
25.0%
N
161
30.0%
N
130
24.0%

111
20.0%

31
40.0%
ABCE
19
24.0%

52
27.0%
G
59
31.0%
G
42
22.0%

194
22.0%

52
20.0%

77
27.0%
G
87
30.0%
G
69
24.0%

52
25.0%

The New Democratic Party (NDP)

110
26.0%
EF
145
34.0%
ABCE
86
20.0%

11
14.0%

297
27.0%

38
32.0%
AEF
28
23.0%

31
12.0%

The Liberal Party

31
21.0%
E
30
20.0%

1
1.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

1
1.0%

0
-

1
0

0
-

1
0

1
0

0
-

0
-

Would not vote/None/Would spoil ballot

33
3.0%

3
2.0%

3
3.0%

1
1.0%

12
3.0%

10
4.0%

3
4.0%

9
3.0%

10
3.0%

9
3.0%

5
3.0%

9
4.0%

24
3.0%

15
3.0%

17
3.0%

177
16.0%

27
18.0%

20
17.0%

18
25.0%
DE

60
14.0%

39
15.0%

13
17.0%

59
21.0%
IJ

63
19.0%
I

33
11.0%

23
12.0%

27
13.0%

150
17.0%

61
11.0%

117
21.0%
M

13
3.0%
Q
66
16.0%

4
1.0%

Don't Know/Not sure

15
5.0%
Q
61
20.0%
Q

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

Other

50
13.0%

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D/E/F - G/H/I/J - K/L - M/N - O/P/Q - R/S/T * small base

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RV1B. Well, which party would you say you would lean towards?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

181
177

25
27**

19
20**

24
18**

57
60*

39
39*

17
13**

61
59*

64
63*

32
33*

24
23**

28
27**

153
150

58
61*

123
117

57
61*

69
66*

55
50*

The Conservative Party

19
11.0%

5
20.0%

1
5.0%

3
17.0%

0
-

1
6.0%

4
8.0%

5
7.0%

6
20.0%

3
14.0%

3
12.0%

16
10.0%

5
8.0%

14
12.0%

2
4.0%

8
13.0%

The Liberal Party

19
11.0%

1
4.0%

1
5.0%

2
9.0%

8
14.0%
E
9
15.0%

5
13.0%

2
12.0%

6
10.0%

6
10.0%

4
12.0%

4
16.0%

4
15.0%

15
10.0%

9
15.0%

10
9.0%

5
9.0%

5
7.0%

8
16.0%
O
9
19.0%

The New Democratic Party (NDP)

20
11.0%

1
4.0%

3
15.0%

5
29.0%

4
7.0%

5
13.0%

1
11.0%

4
7.0%

7
11.0%

5
14.0%

4
19.0%

1
3.0%

19
13.0%

8
13.0%

12
10.0%

7
11.0%

8
11.0%

5
11.0%

The Bloc Quebecois (BQ)

7
4.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

3
5.0%

4
6.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

7
5.0%

3
5.0%

4
3.0%

1
2.0%

5
8.0%

1
2.0%

Green Party

5
3.0%

1
4.0%

0
-

0
-

2
3.0%

7
18.0%
D
1
3.0%

1
7.0%

3
5.0%

1
2.0%

0
-

1
5.0%

0
-

5
3.0%

2
3.0%

3
3.0%

2
3.0%

3
5.0%

0
-

Other

1
1.0%

1
4.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

1
2.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

1
1.0%

0
-

1
1.0%

1
2.0%

0
-

0
-

Don't know

106
60.0%

18
64.0%

15
74.0%

8
45.0%

36
60.0%

21
54.0%

9
65.0%

39
65.0%

39
63.0%

18
54.0%

10
46.0%

19
70.0%

87
58.0%

33
55.0%

73
62.0%

42
69.0%

37
56.0%

27
53.0%

Base: Undecided
Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D/E/F - G/H/I/J - K/L - M/N - O/P/Q - R/S/T * small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

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RV1A/Q1B. ALL VOTERS - LEANERS INCLUDED

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

The Conservative Party

264
24.0%

27
39.0%
ADEF
13
18.0%

50
17.0%

76
22.0%

139
26.0%

125
22.0%

42
14.0%

66
23.0%

97
29.0%

61
29.0%

255
29.0%

146
26.0%

86
28.0%

118
30.0%
O
122
31.0%

31
26.0%

21
30.0%

95
28.0%

51
24.0%

243
27.0%

156
27.0%

92
30.0%

107
26.0%

94
24.0%

53
5.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

6
2.0%

3
2.0%

10
5.0%

43
5.0%

24
4.0%

30
5.0%

15
5.0%

24
6.0%

14
4.0%

35
3.0%

1
1.0%

1
1.0%

12
3.0%

2
2.0%

6
2.0%

8
3.0%

7
4.0%

4
2.0%

31
3.0%

15
3.0%

20
3.0%

11
4.0%

15
4.0%

9
2.0%

2
0

13
9.0%
BCDEF
1
1.0%

30
10.0%
HIJ
13
5.0%

14
4.0%

Green Party

86
32.0%
D
53
20.0%
ABCDF
6
2.0%

79
28.0%

The Bloc Quebecois (BQ)

46
31.0%
D
0
-

170
32.0%
N
138
26.0%

103
25.0%
O
108
27.0%

294
27.0%

33
42.0%
ABCE
20
26.0%

55
29.0%
G
63
33.0%
G
46
24.0%

209
23.0%

57
21.0%

83
29.0%
G
91
31.0%
G
74
26.0%

55
26.0%

The New Democratic Party (NDP)

119
28.0%
EF
154
36.0%
ABCE
90
21.0%

12
15.0%

316
29.0%

39
33.0%
EF
29
24.0%

31
12.0%

The Liberal Party

36
24.0%
E
31
21.0%

1
1.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

1
0

0
-

1
1.0%

0
-

2
0

0
-

2
0

2
1.0%

0
-

0
-

Would not vote/None/Would spoil ballot

33
3.0%

3
2.0%

3
3.0%

1
1.0%

12
3.0%

10
4.0%

3
4.0%

9
3.0%

10
3.0%

9
3.0%

5
3.0%

9
4.0%

24
3.0%

15
3.0%

17
3.0%

106
10.0%

18
12.0%

15
12.0%

8
11.0%

36
8.0%

21
8.0%

9
11.0%

39
14.0%
IJ

39
12.0%
IJ

18
6.0%

10
6.0%

19
9.0%

87
10.0%

33
6.0%

73
13.0%
M

13
3.0%
Q
37
9.0%

4
1.0%

Don't Know/Not sure

15
5.0%
Q
42
14.0%
Q

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

Other

27
7.0%

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D/E/F - G/H/I/J - K/L - M/N - O/P/Q - R/S/T * small base

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RV1A/Q1B. DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

965
965

120
127

94
100*

79
62*

358
375

231
234

83
67*

241
238

294
289

258
263

172
175

176
181

789
784

470
486

495
479

233
249

361
358

371
358

The Conservative Party

264
27.0%

27
44.0%
ADEF
13
21.0%

50
21.0%

76
26.0%

209
27.0%

139
29.0%

125
26.0%

42
17.0%

66
28.0%

97
34.0%

61
34.0%

255
33.0%

170
35.0%

146
31.0%

86
35.0%

103
29.0%
O
108
30.0%

118
33.0%
O
122
34.0%

294
30.0%

31
31.0%

21
34.0%

95
33.0%

74
28.0%

46
26.0%

51
28.0%

243
31.0%

138
28.0%

156
32.0%

94
26.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

14
5.0%

6
2.0%

3
2.0%

10
6.0%

43
5.0%

24
5.0%

30
6.0%

24
7.0%

14
4.0%

Green Party

35
4.0%

13
10.0%
BCDEF
1
1.0%

1
1.0%

1
1.0%

12
3.0%

2
2.0%

30
12.0%
HIJ
13
5.0%

92
37.0%
Q
15
6.0%

107
30.0%

53
5.0%

86
37.0%
D
53
23.0%
ABCDF
6
3.0%

79
33.0%

The Bloc Quebecois (BQ)

46
36.0%
D
0
-

33
49.0%
ABCE
20
30.0%

55
32.0%
G
63
36.0%

55
30.0%

57
24.0%

83
32.0%
G
91
35.0%

The New Democratic Party (NDP)

119
32.0%
EF
154
41.0%
ABCE
90
24.0%

12
18.0%

316
33.0%

39
39.0%
EF
29
29.0%

31
13.0%

The Liberal Party

36
28.0%
E
31
24.0%

6
2.0%

8
3.0%

7
4.0%

4
2.0%

31
4.0%

15
3.0%

20
4.0%

11
4.0%

15
4.0%

9
3.0%

1
1.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

1
0

0
-

1
1.0%

0
-

2
0

0
-

2
0

2
1.0%

0
-

0
-

Base: Decided Voters - Leaners Included


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

Other

2
0

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D/E/F - G/H/I/J - K/L - M/N - O/P/Q - R/S/T * small base

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RV2. How certain are you that this is the party that you will actually support on Election Day:

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

970
970

120
127

94
100*

80
63*

359
376

233
236

84
68*

243
240

296
291

259
264

172
175

176
181

794
789

473
489

497
481

233
249

364
360

373
360

Absolutely certain

422
44.0%

57
44.0%

37
37.0%

25
41.0%

167
45.0%

109
46.0%

27
39.0%

105
44.0%

131
45.0%

116
44.0%

70
40.0%

80
44.0%

342
43.0%

193
40.0%

94
38.0%

154
43.0%

Fairly certain

441
45.0%

57
45.0%

48
48.0%

26
41.0%

175
46.0%

103
44.0%

33
49.0%

111
46.0%

134
46.0%

119
45.0%

77
44.0%

84
46.0%

357
45.0%

229
47.0%
N
210
43.0%

231
48.0%

119
48.0%

164
45.0%

175
48.0%
O
158
44.0%

Not very certain

95
10.0%

14
11.0%

10
10.0%

10
16.0%

33
9.0%

20
9.0%

7
11.0%

19
8.0%

25
8.0%

24
9.0%

15
8.0%

80
10.0%

43
9.0%

52
11.0%

25
7.0%

12
1.0%

0
-

5
5.0%
AD

1
2.0%
D

1
0

4
2.0%

1
1.0%

6
2.0%

2
1.0%

3
1.0%

2
1.0%

10
1.0%

7
1.0%

5
1.0%

32
13.0%
Q
4
2.0%

38
11.0%

Not at all certain

27
15.0%
GH
1
0

5
1.0%

2
1.0%

T2B

863
89.0%

113
89.0%

85
85.0%

51
82.0%

212
90.0%

60
88.0%

216
90.0%

147
84.0%

163
90.0%

700
89.0%

438
90.0%

425
88.0%

213
85.0%

317
88.0%

107
11.0%

14
11.0%

15
15.0%

11
18.0%
D

24
10.0%

8
12.0%

25
10.0%

264
91.0%
J
26
9.0%

236
89.0%

L2B

342
91.0%
C
34
9.0%

28
11.0%

28
16.0%
H

17
10.0%

89
11.0%

50
10.0%

56
12.0%

36
15.0%
Q

43
12.0%
Q

333
92.0%
OP
27
8.0%

Base: Respondents who selected a party at RV1A or RV1B


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

TOPBOX & LOWBOX SUMMARY

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RV3. And, assuming you can't vote for your first choice, which party would you support as a second choice?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

Base: Respondents who selected a party at RV1A or RV1B


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

970
970

120
127

94
100*

80
63*

359
376

233
236

84
68*

243
240

296
291

259
264

172
175

176
181

794
789

473
489

497
481

233
249

364
360

373
360

The Conservative Party

86
9.0%

17
13.0%

8
8.0%

5
8.0%

33
9.0%

16
7.0%

8
12.0%

16
7.0%

23
8.0%

24
9.0%

27
11.0%

36
10.0%

24
7.0%

20
32.0%
DE
11
17.0%

43
18.0%

15
22.0%

52
22.0%

65
23.0%

71
27.0%

194
25.0%

114
24.0%

76
21.0%

60
25.0%

70
24.0%

64
24.0%

43
25.0%

44
24.0%

199
25.0%

130
27.0%

113
24.0%

94
26.0%

83
23.0%

39
4.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

12
5.0%

12
4.0%

9
3.0%

6
3.0%

6
3.0%

33
4.0%

16
3.0%

23
5.0%

9
3.0%

19
5.0%

11
3.0%

Some other party

138
14.0%

19
15.0%

17
17.0%

10
16.0%

59
16.0%

39
16.0%
ABCDF
24
10.0%

22
32.0%
ABC
0
-

65
27.0%

The Bloc Quebecois (BQ)

111
29.0%
ABC
0
-

75
30.0%
PQ
66
27.0%

78
22.0%

243
25.0%

38
38.0%
DEF
18
18.0%

73
19.0%

The New Democratic Party (NDP)

40
31.0%
DE
22
17.0%

52
11.0%
N
115
23.0%

34
7.0%

229
24.0%

29
16.0%
L
35
19.0%

57
7.0%

The Liberal Party

23
13.0%
G
40
23.0%

9
14.0%

37
16.0%

26
10.0%

24
14.0%

21
12.0%

117
15.0%

76
16.0%

62
13.0%

27
11.0%

46
13.0%

Don't know/Not sure

235
24.0%

29
23.0%

19
19.0%

17
28.0%

101
27.0%

54
23.0%

14
20.0%

57
24.0%

50
17.0%
I
70
24.0%

68
26.0%

39
22.0%

45
25.0%

189
24.0%

100
20.0%

135
28.0%
M

45
18.0%

88
24.0%

65
18.0%
O
101
28.0%
O

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RV4. Thinking about the Conservative government under the leadership of Stephen Harper, from what you have seen, read or heard, would you say that you strongly approve, somewhat approve, somewhat disapprove or strongly disapprove of their performance?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Strongly approve

106
10.0%

12
8.0%

12
10.0%

8
11.0%

15
6.0%

5
6.0%

13
5.0%

39
10.0%

72
27.0%

18
23.0%

76
27.0%

248
28.0%

164
31.0%

167
29.0%

82
27.0%

269
24.0%

31
21.0%

35
30.0%

96
23.0%

73
28.0%

20
25.0%

78
27.0%

78
23.0%

73
25.0%

220
25.0%

130
24.0%

139
24.0%

Strongly disapprove

397
36.0%

55
37.0%

31
26.0%

20
28.0%

151
36.0%

104
39.0%
B

36
46.0%
BC

118
41.0%
J

124
37.0%

99
34.0%

56
30.0%

49
24.0%

347
39.0%
K

180
34.0%

216
38.0%

94
31.0%
PQ
111
36.0%

142
35.0%
OQ
88
21.0%

47
12.0%
O
107
27.0%

Somewhat disapprove

28
40.0%
DEF
15
21.0%

28
13.0%
L
82
39.0%
L
49
24.0%

20
7.0%

40
34.0%

26
14.0%
G
68
36.0%
G
40
21.0%

46
8.0%

50
34.0%

30
10.0%
G
87
30.0%

60
11.0%

331
30.0%

37
11.0%
G
99
29.0%

78
9.0%

Somewhat approve

54
13.0%
E
122
29.0%

T2B

437
40.0%

36
51.0%
EF
34
49.0%

177
42.0%
EF
246
58.0%

23
29.0%

89
31.0%

111
53.0%
L
99
47.0%

102
33.0%

196
69.0%
HIJ

94
49.0%
GH
96
51.0%

213
37.0%

56
71.0%
ABCD

117
41.0%
G
172
59.0%

224
42.0%

178
67.0%
BCD

137
40.0%
G
202
60.0%
J

327
37.0%

666
60.0%

52
44.0%
EF
66
56.0%

87
33.0%

L2B

62
42.0%
F
86
58.0%

567
63.0%
K

311
58.0%

355
63.0%

205
67.0%
P

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

87
23.0%

138
34.0%

147
38.0%

182
45.0%
O
226
55.0%

154
40.0%

TOPBOX & LOWBOX SUMMARY

235
60.0%

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D/E/F - G/H/I/J - K/L - M/N - O/P/Q - R/S/T * small base

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RV5. Some people say that the Conservative government under Prime Minister Stephen Harper has done a good job and deserves to be re-elected on October 19th. Other people say that it is time for another federal party to take over and run the country. Which of these statements is closest to your point of view?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Harper government has done a good job and deserves re-election

316
29.0%

45
30.0%
E

41
35.0%
EF

31
44.0%
AEF

140
33.0%
EF

42
16.0%

17
21.0%

60
21.0%

99
29.0%
G

87
30.0%
G

70
37.0%
G

74
35.0%
L

242
27.0%

163
30.0%

153
27.0%

56
18.0%

127
31.0%
O

132
34.0%
O

Time for another federal party to take over

787
71.0%

104
70.0%
C

76
65.0%

40
56.0%

283
67.0%

222
84.0%
ABCD

62
79.0%
BCD

225
79.0%
HIJ

239
71.0%

202
70.0%

121
63.0%

136
65.0%

652
73.0%
K

372
70.0%

416
73.0%

250
82.0%
PQ

281
69.0%

256
66.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

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RV6. Generally speaking, would you say that things in this country are heading in the right direction, or are they off on the wrong track?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Right direction

435
39.0%

35
50.0%
EF
35
50.0%

175
41.0%
E
247
59.0%

27
34.0%

82
29.0%

101
48.0%
L
108
52.0%

102
33.0%

203
71.0%
HIJ

83
44.0%
G
107
56.0%

215
38.0%

52
66.0%
C

120
42.0%
G
169
58.0%

220
41.0%

187
70.0%
ABCD

150
44.0%
G
189
56.0%

334
37.0%

668
61.0%

53
45.0%
E
64
55.0%

78
30.0%

Wrong track

66
44.0%
E
82
56.0%

560
63.0%
K

315
59.0%

353
62.0%

205
67.0%
PQ

169
41.0%
O
239
59.0%

165
42.0%
O
224
58.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

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RV7. To what extent do you approve or disapprove of the Federal Government's overall management of the Canadian economy?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Strongly approve

98
9.0%

10
7.0%

10
9.0%

45
11.0%

18
7.0%

4
5.0%

16
6.0%

20
10.0%

22
10.0%

76
9.0%

23
7.0%

31
8.0%

44
11.0%

61
41.0%

153
36.0%

86
32.0%

23
29.0%

86
30.0%

143
34.0%

223
20.0%

30
20.0%

16
14.0%

16
22.0%

81
19.0%

33
41.0%
C
19
25.0%
B

112
39.0%

Strongly disapprove

100
38.0%
C
61
23.0%
B

72
25.0%
HI

63
18.0%

53
18.0%

35
18.0%

32
15.0%

213
38.0%
M
115
20.0%

122
40.0%
P
62
20.0%

164
40.0%
O
126
31.0%

138
36.0%

17
24.0%

98
47.0%
L
57
27.0%

100
33.0%

48
32.0%

77
40.0%
G
59
31.0%

202
36.0%

381
35.0%

109
38.0%
G
100
34.0%

304
34.0%

Somewhat disapprove

50
43.0%
F
41
35.0%

59
11.0%
N
200
37.0%

38
7.0%

402
36.0%

35
10.0%
G
130
38.0%
G
111
33.0%

27
9.0%

Somewhat approve

10
15.0%
AEF
28
40.0%

88
21.0%

73
19.0%

T2B

500
45.0%

38
54.0%
EF
32
46.0%

199
47.0%
EF
224
53.0%

27
34.0%

102
36.0%

120
57.0%
L
89
43.0%

182
47.0%

184
64.0%
HIJ

96
51.0%
G
94
49.0%

194
48.0%

52
66.0%
ABCD

137
47.0%
G
153
53.0%

123
40.0%

161
61.0%
BCD

165
49.0%
G
173
51.0%

241
42.0%

603
55.0%

61
52.0%
EF
57
48.0%

104
39.0%

L2B

71
48.0%
F
77
52.0%

328
58.0%
M

184
60.0%

214
52.0%

206
53.0%

324
36.0%
K
191
21.0%

168
31.0%

380
42.0%

259
48.0%
N
275
52.0%

108
20.0%

133
34.0%

TOPBOX & LOWBOX SUMMARY

514
58.0%
K

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RV8. Which leader of the major federal parties would make the best Prime Minister of Canada?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Stephen Harper

328
30.0%

30
43.0%
EF
20
28.0%

61
21.0%

86
41.0%
L
64
30.0%

157
28.0%

63
21.0%

94
33.0%

68
36.0%
G
61
32.0%

171
32.0%

292
33.0%

183
34.0%

173
30.0%

130
33.0%
O
114
29.0%

59
40.0%

37
31.0%

21
29.0%

121
36.0%

107
37.0%

62
32.0%

59
28.0%

360
40.0%
K

181
34.0%

239
42.0%
M

114
37.0%
Q
130
42.0%

135
33.0%
O
127
31.0%

419
38.0%

38
48.0%
ABCDE
23
29.0%

92
32.0%
G
91
31.0%

242
27.0%

71
27.0%

108
32.0%
G
109
32.0%

Thomas Mulcair

137
32.0%
E
150
35.0%
E
136
32.0%

19
23.0%

355
32.0%

49
42.0%
EF
32
27.0%

49
18.0%

Justin Trudeau

45
30.0%
E
45
30.0%

146
36.0%

144
37.0%

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Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

145
55.0%
ABCDF

130
46.0%
HIJ

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9. As you may know, there's been a lot of talk about the weak performance of Canada's economy. In your view, which party and leader would be best able to deal with this issue if they are elected on October 19 th?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Stephen Harper and the Conservatives

347
31.0%

29
42.0%
EF
20
28.0%

149
35.0%
EF
154
36.0%

17
21.0%

65
23.0%

85
41.0%
L
66
32.0%

72
24.0%

99
35.0%

75
39.0%
G
62
32.0%

171
30.0%

314
35.0%

191
36.0%

189
33.0%

111
36.0%

136
33.0%
O
132
32.0%

139
36.0%
O
137
35.0%

Thomas Mulcair and the NDP

376
34.0%

49
33.0%

36
31.0%

22
31.0%

120
28.0%

127
48.0%
ABCDF

40
51.0%
ABCDE
22
28.0%

98
34.0%
G
99
34.0%

176
33.0%

91
34.0%

109
32.0%
G
121
36.0%

262
29.0%

380
34.0%

50
43.0%
EF
32
27.0%

46
17.0%

Justin Trudeau and the Liberals

55
37.0%
EF
44
30.0%

109
32.0%

92
32.0%

54
28.0%

58
28.0%

317
36.0%
K

167
31.0%

208
37.0%

123
40.0%
Q

140
34.0%

112
29.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

121
43.0%
HIJ

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NEW11. Did you watch the leaders' debate the evening of September 17th, hosted by the Globe and Mail?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Yes

255
23.0%

119
28.0%
CE
304
72.0%

33
13.0%

22
27.0%
E
57
73.0%

58
21.0%

75
22.0%

66
23.0%

198
22.0%

88
23.0%

223
77.0%

152
73.0%

696
78.0%

88
29.0%
P
219
71.0%

79
19.0%

263
78.0%

146
27.0%
N
389
73.0%

109
19.0%

227
79.0%
J

55
29.0%
G
136
71.0%

57
27.0%

848
77.0%

38
32.0%
CE
80
68.0%

11
16.0%

No

32
22.0%
E
116
78.0%

329
81.0%
O

301
77.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

60
84.0%
BD

231
87.0%
ABDF

460
81.0%
M

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NEW12. In your opinion, who won the debate?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

250
255

30
32**

35
38*

14
11**

113
119

32
33*

26
22**

58
58*

75
75*

65
66*

52
55*

55
57*

195
198

139
146

111
109

82
88*

78
79*

90
88*

Stephen Harper

71
28.0%

9
27.0%

14
38.0%

4
36.0%

27
23.0%

11
32.0%

6
27.0%

15
26.0%

19
25.0%

19
28.0%

18
33.0%

19
34.0%

52
26.0%

39
27.0%

32
29.0%

18
21.0%

24
30.0%

29
33.0%

Justin Trudeau

102
40.0%

13
40.0%

14
37.0%

5
44.0%

8
25.0%

8
39.0%

20
34.0%

33
43.0%

32
48.0%

18
33.0%

17
30.0%

85
43.0%

62
42.0%

41
37.0%

39
44.0%

27
35.0%

36
41.0%

Thomas Mulcair

82
32.0%

11
33.0%

9
25.0%

2
21.0%

54
45.0%
E
38
32.0%

14
43.0%

7
34.0%

23
40.0%

24
32.0%

16
24.0%

19
34.0%

20
36.0%

61
31.0%

45
31.0%

37
34.0%

31
35.0%

28
36.0%

23
26.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 01) Canada must go into a deficit in order to fund infrastructure programs to stimulate our economy.?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Strongly agree

89
8.0%

7
5.0%

10
8.0%

4
6.0%

37
9.0%

24
9.0%

7
9.0%

22
8.0%

25
8.0%

26
9.0%

15
8.0%

15
7.0%

73
8.0%

44
8.0%

45
8.0%

24
8.0%

27
7.0%

38
10.0%

Somewhat agree

409
37.0%

57
38.0%

18
26.0%

126
37.0%

101
35.0%

72
38.0%

79
38.0%

331
37.0%

200
37.0%

210
37.0%

122
40.0%

149
37.0%

139
36.0%

62
42.0%

31
44.0%

104
39.0%
C
112
42.0%

111
39.0%

436
40.0%

156
37.0%
C
156
37.0%

28
36.0%

Somewhat disagree

46
40.0%
C
43
37.0%

32
40.0%

114
40.0%

135
40.0%

109
38.0%

78
41.0%

87
42.0%

349
39.0%

193
36.0%

134
44.0%

162
40.0%

140
36.0%

Strongly disagree

169
15.0%

23
15.0%

19
16.0%

18
25.0%
E

74
17.0%
E

25
9.0%

11
14.0%

38
13.0%

52
15.0%

53
18.0%

25
13.0%

28
13.0%

141
16.0%

98
18.0%
N

243
43.0%
M
71
12.0%

27
9.0%

70
17.0%
O

71
18.0%
O

Agree (T2B)

498
45.0%

63
43.0%

22
31.0%

151
45.0%

127
44.0%

87
46.0%

94
45.0%

404
45.0%

243
45.0%

255
45.0%

146
48.0%

176
43.0%

176
45.0%

85
57.0%

128
48.0%
C
137
52.0%

133
47.0%

605
55.0%

193
46.0%
C
230
54.0%

36
45.0%

Disagree (B2B)

56
48.0%
C
62
52.0%

43
55.0%

152
53.0%

187
55.0%

162
56.0%

103
54.0%

115
55.0%

490
55.0%

291
55.0%

313
55.0%

161
52.0%

232
57.0%

212
55.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base
Canada must go into a deficit in order to fund infrastructure
programs to stimulate our economy.

SUMMARY

49
69.0%
BDE

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 02) Canada needs to avoid any public spending programs that could put us into a deficit position.?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Strongly agree

178
16.0%

23
15.0%

16
14.0%

6
9.0%

73
17.0%

13
16.0%

54
19.0%

49
15.0%

48
17.0%

27
14.0%

34
16.0%

144
16.0%

41
13.0%

74
18.0%

63
16.0%

390
35.0%

53
36.0%

40
34.0%

154
36.0%

27
34.0%

85
30.0%

70
37.0%

79
38.0%

311
35.0%

214
38.0%

115
37.0%

151
37.0%

124
32.0%

426
39.0%

54
36.0%

46
39.0%

162
38.0%

110
42.0%

29
37.0%

113
40.0%

127
38.0%
G
131
39.0%

107
37.0%

Somewhat disagree

37
52.0%
ABDEF
25
36.0%

100
19.0%
N
176
33.0%

78
14.0%

Somewhat agree

48
18.0%
C
79
30.0%

111
38.0%

72
38.0%

83
40.0%

343
38.0%

201
38.0%

226
40.0%

124
40.0%

145
36.0%

157
40.0%

Strongly disagree

109
10.0%

18
12.0%
C

15
13.0%
C

2
3.0%

35
8.0%

28
10.0%
C

10
13.0%
C

33
12.0%

31
9.0%

23
8.0%

21
11.0%

13
6.0%

96
11.0%
K

58
11.0%

50
9.0%

27
9.0%

38
9.0%

44
11.0%

Agree (T2B)

568
52.0%

76
51.0%

56
48.0%

226
54.0%

127
48.0%

40
50.0%

139
49.0%

177
52.0%

155
53.0%

98
51.0%

113
54.0%

455
51.0%

276
52.0%

292
51.0%

156
51.0%

225
55.0%

187
48.0%

Disagree (B2B)

535
48.0%

72
49.0%

61
52.0%

43
61.0%
E
28
39.0%

197
46.0%

138
52.0%
C

39
50.0%

146
51.0%

162
48.0%

135
47.0%

93
49.0%

96
46.0%

439
49.0%

259
48.0%

276
49.0%

151
49.0%

183
45.0%

201
52.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base
Canada needs to avoid any public spending programs that could
put us into a deficit position.

SUMMARY

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 03) We should raise taxes on corporations to fund new government initiatives like a national childcare?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Strongly agree

277
25.0%

32
21.0%

15
21.0%

92
22.0%

74
26.0%

37
19.0%

56
27.0%

221
25.0%

128
24.0%

149
26.0%

80
26.0%

112
27.0%

85
22.0%

28
40.0%

160
38.0%

114
39.0%

76
40.0%

93
44.0%

347
39.0%

203
38.0%

236
42.0%

128
42.0%

165
40.0%

146
38.0%

259
23.0%

112
26.0%
F
59
14.0%
E

80
24.0%

67
23.0%

49
26.0%

41
20.0%

218
24.0%

127
24.0%

131
23.0%

74
24.0%

87
21.0%

97
25.0%

128
12.0%

18
26.0%
F
9
13.0%
E

62
22.0%

Strongly disagree

28
23.0%
F
20
17.0%
EF

39
49.0%
BD
10
12.0%

124
43.0%

Somewhat disagree

65
44.0%
B
35
23.0%
F
17
11.0%

97
29.0%
J
126
37.0%

69
24.0%

439
40.0%

77
29.0%
D
115
43.0%
B
57
21.0%

24
31.0%

Somewhat agree

37
31.0%
D
33
28.0%

16
6.0%

6
8.0%

25
9.0%

35
10.0%

39
13.0%

29
15.0%
G

20
9.0%

108
12.0%

77
14.0%
N

51
9.0%

25
8.0%

44
11.0%

60
15.0%
OP

Agree (T2B)

716
65.0%

97
65.0%

70
59.0%

43
61.0%

252
60.0%

112
59.0%

331
62.0%

28
39.0%
EF

171
40.0%
EF

116
34.0%

106
37.0%

78
41.0%
G

326
36.0%
K

204
38.0%
N

386
68.0%
M
183
32.0%

208
68.0%
Q
99
32.0%

277
68.0%
Q
131
32.0%

231
60.0%

48
41.0%
EF

148
71.0%
L
61
29.0%

568
64.0%

51
35.0%
F

198
69.0%
J
87
31.0%

183
63.0%

387
35.0%

63
80.0%
ABCD
16
20.0%

223
66.0%

Disagree (B2B)

192
72.0%
BCD
73
28.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base
We should raise taxes on corporations to fund new government
initiatives like a national childcare

SUMMARY

157
40.0%
OP

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 04) The Federal Government wouldn't have to raise taxes on businesses or others if it just did a better?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Strongly agree

346
31.0%

46
31.0%

31
27.0%

18
25.0%

135
32.0%

85
32.0%

93
33.0%

48
25.0%

57
27.0%

289
32.0%

173
32.0%

173
30.0%

93
30.0%

129
32.0%

124
32.0%

489
44.0%

56
47.0%

30
42.0%

128
44.0%

98
51.0%

102
49.0%

387
43.0%

229
43.0%

260
46.0%

138
45.0%

171
42.0%

180
46.0%

220
20.0%

25
22.0%

55
21.0%

17
22.0%

45
21.0%

175
20.0%

105
20.0%

115
20.0%

64
21.0%

5
5.0%

17
4.0%

14
5.0%

3
4.0%

21
6.0%

7
4.0%

5
2.0%

42
5.0%

27
5.0%

20
4.0%

12
4.0%

93
23.0%
Q
14
3.0%

63
16.0%

4
3.0%

65
22.0%
H
11
4.0%

37
20.0%

47
4.0%

64
22.0%
H
8
3.0%

54
16.0%

Strongly disagree

20
29.0%
AD
3
5.0%

194
46.0%
F
77
18.0%

111
42.0%

Somewhat disagree

72
49.0%
F
25
17.0%

120
35.0%
J
144
42.0%

86
30.0%

Somewhat agree

31
40.0%
BC
27
35.0%

Agree (T2B)

836
76.0%

87
74.0%

47
67.0%

59
74.0%

213
75.0%

264
78.0%

214
74.0%

146
77.0%

160
76.0%

676
76.0%

402
75.0%

433
76.0%

231
75.0%

301
74.0%

304
78.0%

267
24.0%

31
26.0%

24
33.0%
AD

329
78.0%
C
94
22.0%

196
74.0%

Disagree (B2B)

118
80.0%
C
30
20.0%

69
26.0%

20
26.0%

72
25.0%

75
22.0%

76
26.0%

45
23.0%

50
24.0%

217
24.0%

132
25.0%

135
24.0%

76
25.0%

107
26.0%

84
22.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base
The Federal Government wouldn't have to raise taxes on
businesses or others if it just did a better

120
42.0%

21
5.0%

SUMMARY

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 05) The biggest problem we face in terms of funding government programs is not raising enough taxes?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Strongly agree

260
24.0%

24
16.0%

29
24.0%

13
18.0%

90
21.0%

214
24.0%

120
23.0%

139
24.0%

58
19.0%

99
24.0%

53
45.0%

31
43.0%

195
46.0%

83
25.0%
J
150
44.0%

46
22.0%

70
47.0%

84
30.0%
IJ
123
43.0%

29
15.0%

487
44.0%

23
29.0%
A
36
46.0%

63
22.0%

Somewhat agree

81
30.0%
ACD
102
39.0%

127
44.0%

87
46.0%

97
46.0%

390
44.0%

223
42.0%

264
47.0%

141
46.0%

187
46.0%

103
26.0%
O
158
41.0%

Somewhat disagree

259
23.0%

42
28.0%

24
21.0%

20
28.0%

92
22.0%

66
25.0%

14
18.0%

57
20.0%

78
23.0%

67
23.0%

46
22.0%

213
24.0%

132
25.0%

126
22.0%

74
24.0%

91
22.0%

94
24.0%

Strongly disagree

98
9.0%

12
8.0%

12
10.0%

7
10.0%

45
11.0%
E

16
6.0%

6
7.0%

20
7.0%

27
8.0%

32
11.0%

57
30.0%
G
18
10.0%

21
10.0%

77
9.0%

59
11.0%
N

39
7.0%

34
11.0%

31
7.0%

33
9.0%

Agree (T2B)

747
68.0%

94
64.0%

81
69.0%

44
62.0%

286
68.0%

183
69.0%

59
75.0%

233
69.0%

190
66.0%

116
61.0%

143
68.0%

604
68.0%

343
64.0%

287
70.0%

261
67.0%

356
32.0%

54
36.0%

36
31.0%

27
38.0%

137
32.0%

82
31.0%

20
25.0%

105
31.0%

99
34.0%

75
39.0%
G

66
32.0%

290
32.0%

192
36.0%
N

404
71.0%
M
165
29.0%

199
65.0%

Disagree (B2B)

208
73.0%
J
77
27.0%

108
35.0%

121
30.0%

127
33.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base
The biggest problem we face in terms of funding government
programs is not raising enough taxes

SUMMARY

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REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Strongly agree

584
53.0%

82
55.0%

63
54.0%

30
42.0%

218
52.0%

142
54.0%

267
50.0%

225
55.0%

210
54.0%

27
38.0%

142
34.0%

92
35.0%

70
33.0%

303
34.0%

184
34.0%

110
36.0%

129
32.0%

134
35.0%

Somewhat disagree

107
10.0%

16
11.0%

11
9.0%

9
13.0%

39
9.0%

25
10.0%

7
8.0%

22
6.0%

30
10.0%

27
13.0%

79
9.0%

1
1.0%

4
4.0%

5
7.0%
AEF

23
6.0%
AE

5
2.0%

1
1.0%

7
2.0%

11
4.0%

6
3.0%

33
4.0%

36
12.0%
Q
11
4.0%

44
11.0%
Q
11
3.0%

26
7.0%

39
4.0%

62
12.0%
N
23
4.0%

45
8.0%

Strongly disagree

31
11.0%
H
11
4.0%

76
40.0%
G
24
12.0%
H
11
6.0%
H

318
56.0%
M
189
33.0%

150
49.0%

39
33.0%

148
51.0%
J
100
35.0%

479
54.0%

49
33.0%

200
59.0%
J
110
33.0%

106
50.0%

373
34.0%

157
55.0%
J
87
30.0%

80
42.0%

Somewhat agree

48
61.0%
C
23
30.0%

Agree (T2B)

957
87.0%

131
88.0%

102
87.0%

57
80.0%

361
85.0%

234
89.0%

243
85.0%

156
82.0%

175
84.0%

782
87.0%

450
84.0%

353
87.0%

344
89.0%

18
12.0%

15
13.0%

14
20.0%
F

62
15.0%

30
11.0%

41
14.0%
H

35
18.0%
H

34
16.0%

112
13.0%

84
16.0%
N

507
89.0%
M
62
11.0%

260
85.0%

146
13.0%

310
92.0%
GIJ
29
8.0%

248
86.0%

Disagree (B2B)

72
91.0%
C
7
9.0%

47
15.0%

55
13.0%

44
11.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base
It is fair and reasonable to ask those earning $200,000 or more a
year to pay a higher level of

17
3.0%

18
5.0%

SUMMARY

42
15.0%
H

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REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Strongly agree

555
50.0%

73
49.0%

60
51.0%

29
42.0%

198
47.0%

44
56.0%

133
43.0%

29
41.0%

197
37.0%

217
38.0%

126
41.0%

18
12.0%

9
7.0%

19
7.0%

4
5.0%

59
11.0%

45
8.0%

28
7.0%

5
5.0%
A

11
3.0%

10
4.0%

2
2.0%

7
4.0%

4
2.0%

25
3.0%

14
3.0%

16
3.0%

41
13.0%
PQ
6
2.0%

34
8.0%

1
1.0%

36
12.0%
H
7
3.0%

83
9.0%

29
3.0%

31
11.0%
H
10
3.0%

21
6.0%

Strongly disagree

11
16.0%
BEF
1
1.0%

94
45.0%
L
21
10.0%

209
54.0%
O
139
36.0%

104
9.0%

92
48.0%
GHI
16
9.0%

213
52.0%
O
149
37.0%

Somewhat disagree

171
41.0%
E
43
10.0%

465
52.0%
K
321
36.0%

291
51.0%

44
37.0%

144
50.0%
J
102
35.0%

264
49.0%

57
38.0%

181
54.0%
J
131
39.0%

90
43.0%

415
38.0%

156
55.0%
J
89
31.0%

74
39.0%

Somewhat agree

151
57.0%
CD
84
32.0%

11
3.0%

12
3.0%

Agree (T2B)

970
88.0%

129
87.0%

103
88.0%

59
83.0%

369
87.0%

235
89.0%

245
86.0%

167
88.0%

184
88.0%

785
88.0%

462
86.0%

508
89.0%

260
85.0%

362
89.0%

133
12.0%

19
13.0%

14
12.0%

12
17.0%
F

54
13.0%

29
11.0%

312
92.0%
GI
26
8.0%

246
85.0%

Disagree (B2B)

73
93.0%
C
6
7.0%

43
15.0%
H

24
12.0%

25
12.0%

108
12.0%

73
14.0%

61
11.0%

47
15.0%
Q

46
11.0%

348
90.0%
O
40
10.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base
There are a lot of tax loopholes benefitting the wealthy that if
eliminated would provide the

29
37.0%

5
2.0%

SUMMARY

40
14.0%
H

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REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Strongly agree

79
7.0%

10
6.0%

7
6.0%

4
5.0%

36
8.0%

17
7.0%

6
8.0%

23
8.0%

23
7.0%

22
7.0%

11
6.0%

15
7.0%

65
7.0%

39
7.0%

40
7.0%

29
10.0%

28
7.0%

22
6.0%

Somewhat agree

361
33.0%

44
30.0%

36
31.0%

20
28.0%

147
35.0%

80
30.0%

79
28.0%

66
35.0%

78
37.0%

284
32.0%

173
32.0%

188
33.0%

127
33.0%

28
40.0%
F
19
26.0%

354
40.0%

203
38.0%

229
40.0%

163
40.0%

18
23.0%

68
24.0%
HJ

58
17.0%

75
26.0%
HJ

85
45.0%
I
28
15.0%

78
37.0%

92
22.0%

121
46.0%
DF
47
18.0%

101
35.0%

230
21.0%

49
41.0%
F
26
23.0%

149
35.0%

Strongly disagree

66
45.0%
DF
28
19.0%

119
39.0%
P
101
33.0%

116
28.0%

433
39.0%

124
37.0%
G
133
39.0%

92
32.0%

Somewhat disagree

35
44.0%
ABCE
20
25.0%

39
19.0%

191
21.0%

119
22.0%

111
19.0%

58
19.0%

102
25.0%
Q

169
44.0%
O
70
18.0%

Agree (T2B)

441
40.0%

54
36.0%

42
36.0%

24
34.0%

182
43.0%

97
37.0%

102
36.0%

77
41.0%

92
44.0%

349
39.0%

212
40.0%

228
40.0%

149
38.0%

94
64.0%
F

75
64.0%
F

47
66.0%
F

240
57.0%

168
63.0%
F

175
61.0%

113
59.0%

117
56.0%

545
61.0%

322
60.0%

340
60.0%

148
48.0%
PQ
159
52.0%

143
35.0%

662
60.0%

148
44.0%
G
191
56.0%

114
39.0%

Disagree (B2B)

41
52.0%
ABCE
38
48.0%

264
65.0%
O

239
62.0%
O

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base
Canada should increase its spending on aid for development in
poor countries.

115
40.0%

SUMMARY

183
64.0%
H

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 09) Raising the corporate tax rate will drive investment and jobs outside of Canada.?

REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Strongly agree

188
17.0%

16
11.0%

7
10.0%

12
15.0%

49
17.0%

53
16.0%

43
15.0%

42
22.0%

36
17.0%

152
17.0%

103
19.0%

85
15.0%

52
17.0%

26
36.0%

96
36.0%

28
35.0%

93
33.0%

114
34.0%

116
40.0%

76
40.0%

179
33.0%

220
39.0%

400
36.0%

40
34.0%

26
37.0%

157
37.0%

89
34.0%

28
35.0%

105
36.0%

53
28.0%

335
38.0%

185
35.0%

214
38.0%

117
11.0%

11
7.0%

15
13.0%

12
17.0%
AD

34
8.0%

35
13.0%
D

11
14.0%

132
39.0%
J
39
12.0%

129
42.0%
Q
103
34.0%

Strongly disagree

109
38.0%
J
33
12.0%

93
45.0%
L
64
31.0%

305
34.0%

Somewhat disagree

62
42.0%
B
60
40.0%

82
20.0%
Q
151
37.0%
Q
133
33.0%

54
14.0%

399
36.0%

79
19.0%
A
154
36.0%

44
17.0%

Somewhat agree

29
25.0%
AC
33
28.0%

25
9.0%

20
10.0%

16
8.0%

101
11.0%

67
13.0%
N

49
9.0%

22
7.0%

42
10.0%

Agree (T2B)

587
53.0%

78
53.0%

63
53.0%

33
47.0%

233
55.0%

140
53.0%

40
51.0%

143
50.0%

167
49.0%

159
55.0%

282
53.0%

305
54.0%

516
47.0%

70
47.0%

55
47.0%

38
53.0%

190
45.0%

124
47.0%

39
49.0%

142
50.0%
J

171
51.0%
J

130
45.0%

129
62.0%
L
80
38.0%

458
51.0%

Disagree (B2B)

118
62.0%
GH
73
38.0%

436
49.0%
K

253
47.0%

264
46.0%

182
59.0%
Q
125
41.0%

233
57.0%
Q
175
43.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base
Raising the corporate tax rate will drive investment and jobs
outside of Canada.

118
31.0%
164
42.0%
OP
52
13.0%
O

SUMMARY
172
44.0%
216
56.0%
OP

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REGION

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

Strongly agree

338
31.0%

40
27.0%

38
32.0%

23
33.0%

123
29.0%

84
32.0%

29
37.0%

94
28.0%

94
32.0%

48
25.0%

70
33.0%

268
30.0%

148
28.0%

483
44.0%

69
46.0%

45
39.0%

33
46.0%

180
43.0%

123
46.0%

34
43.0%

159
47.0%

128
44.0%

85
44.0%

99
47.0%

385
43.0%

235
44.0%

190
33.0%
M
248
44.0%

100
33.0%
Q
142
46.0%

138
34.0%
Q
178
44.0%

99
25.0%

Somewhat agree

102
36.0%
HJ
112
39.0%

Somewhat disagree

235
21.0%

31
21.0%

30
25.0%

11
15.0%

48
18.0%

11
14.0%

60
21.0%

74
22.0%

54
19.0%

46
24.0%

36
17.0%

199
22.0%

127
24.0%

108
19.0%

55
18.0%

78
19.0%

Strongly disagree

47
4.0%

8
6.0%

4
4.0%

4
6.0%

103
24.0%
F
17
4.0%

9
3.0%

5
6.0%

11
4.0%

12
3.0%

13
4.0%

12
6.0%

5
2.0%

42
5.0%

25
5.0%

23
4.0%

9
3.0%

13
3.0%

101
26.0%
OP
25
6.0%
OP

Agree (T2B)

821
74.0%

109
73.0%

83
71.0%

56
79.0%

302
72.0%

63
80.0%

214
75.0%

253
75.0%

222
77.0%

132
70.0%

383
72.0%

282
26.0%

40
27.0%

34
29.0%

15
21.0%

121
28.0%
E

16
20.0%

71
25.0%

85
25.0%

67
23.0%

58
30.0%

169
81.0%
L
41
19.0%

652
73.0%

Disagree (B2B)

207
78.0%
D
57
22.0%

241
27.0%
K

151
28.0%
N

438
77.0%
M
131
23.0%

242
79.0%
Q
65
21.0%

317
78.0%
Q
91
22.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base
Given the economic challenges facing Canada, a balanced budget
is critically important.

163
42.0%

SUMMARY
262
68.0%
126
32.0%
OP

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Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

Canada must go into a deficit in order to fund infrastructure programs


to stimulate our economy.

Canada needs to avoid any public spending programs that could put
us into a deficit position.

We should raise taxes on corporations to fund new government


initiatives like a national childcare

The Federal Government wouldn't have to raise taxes on businesses


or others if it just did a better

The biggest problem we face in terms of funding government


programs is not raising enough taxes

It is fair and reasonable to ask those earning $200,000 or more a year


to pay a higher level of

There are a lot of tax loopholes benefitting the wealthy that if


eliminated would provide the

Canada should increase its spending on aid for development in poor


countries.

Raising the corporate tax rate will drive investment and jobs outside of
Canada.

Given the economic challenges facing Canada, a balanced budget is


critically important.

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

498
45.0%

63
43.0%

56
48.0%
C

22
31.0%

193
46.0%
C

128
48.0%
C

36
45.0%

133
47.0%

151
45.0%

127
44.0%

87
46.0%

94
45.0%

404
45.0%

243
45.0%

255
45.0%

146
48.0%

176
43.0%

176
45.0%

568
52.0%

76
51.0%

56
48.0%

43
61.0%
E

226
54.0%

127
48.0%

40
50.0%

139
49.0%

177
52.0%

155
53.0%

98
51.0%

113
54.0%

455
51.0%

276
52.0%

292
51.0%

156
51.0%

225
55.0%

187
48.0%

716
65.0%

97
65.0%

70
59.0%

43
61.0%

252
60.0%

192
72.0%
BCD

63
80.0%
ABCD

198
69.0%
J

223
66.0%

183
63.0%

112
59.0%

148
71.0%
L

568
64.0%

331
62.0%

386
68.0%
M

208
68.0%
Q

277
68.0%
Q

231
60.0%

836
76.0%

118
80.0%
C

87
74.0%

47
67.0%

329
78.0%
C

196
74.0%

59
74.0%

213
75.0%

264
78.0%

214
74.0%

146
77.0%

160
76.0%

676
76.0%

402
75.0%

433
76.0%

231
75.0%

301
74.0%

304
78.0%

747
68.0%

94
64.0%

81
69.0%

44
62.0%

286
68.0%

183
69.0%

59
75.0%

208
73.0%
J

233
69.0%

190
66.0%

116
61.0%

143
68.0%

604
68.0%

343
64.0%

404
71.0%
M

199
65.0%

287
70.0%

261
67.0%

957
87.0%

131
88.0%

102
87.0%

57
80.0%

361
85.0%

234
89.0%

72
91.0%
C

243
85.0%

310
92.0%
GIJ

248
86.0%

156
82.0%

175
84.0%

782
87.0%

450
84.0%

507
89.0%
M

260
85.0%

353
87.0%

344
89.0%

970
88.0%

129
87.0%

103
88.0%

59
83.0%

369
87.0%

235
89.0%

73
93.0%
C

245
86.0%

312
92.0%
GI

246
85.0%

167
88.0%

184
88.0%

785
88.0%

462
86.0%

508
89.0%

260
85.0%

362
89.0%

348
90.0%
O

441
40.0%

54
36.0%

42
36.0%

24
34.0%

182
43.0%

97
37.0%

41
52.0%
ABCE

102
36.0%

148
44.0%
G

114
39.0%

77
41.0%

92
44.0%

349
39.0%

212
40.0%

228
40.0%

148
48.0%
PQ

143
35.0%

149
38.0%

587
53.0%

78
53.0%

63
53.0%

33
47.0%

233
55.0%

140
53.0%

40
51.0%

143
50.0%

167
49.0%

159
55.0%

118
62.0%
GH

129
62.0%
L

458
51.0%

282
53.0%

305
54.0%

182
59.0%
Q

233
57.0%
Q

172
44.0%

821
74.0%

109
73.0%

83
71.0%

56
79.0%

302
72.0%

207
78.0%
D

63
80.0%

214
75.0%

253
75.0%

222
77.0%

132
70.0%

169
81.0%
L

652
73.0%

383
72.0%

438
77.0%
M

242
79.0%
Q

317
78.0%
Q

262
68.0%

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D/E/F - G/H/I/J - K/L - M/N - O/P/Q - R/S/T * small base

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REGION

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

Canada must go into a deficit in order to fund infrastructure programs


to stimulate our economy.

Canada needs to avoid any public spending programs that could put
us into a deficit position.

We should raise taxes on corporations to fund new government


initiatives like a national childcare

The Federal Government wouldn't have to raise taxes on businesses


or others if it just did a better

The biggest problem we face in terms of funding government


programs is not raising enough taxes

It is fair and reasonable to ask those earning $200,000 or more a year


to pay a higher level of

There are a lot of tax loopholes benefitting the wealthy that if


eliminated would provide the

Canada should increase its spending on aid for development in poor


countries.

Raising the corporate tax rate will drive investment and jobs outside of
Canada.

Given the economic challenges facing Canada, a balanced budget is


critically important.

HOUSEHOLD INCOME

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

GENDER

AGE

TOTAL

BC
A

AB
B

SK/MB
C

ON
D

QC
E

Atlantic Canada
F

<40K
G

40K - <60K
H

60K - <100K
I

100K+
J

Kids
K

No Kids
L

Male
M

Female
N

18-34
O

35-54
P

55+
Q

1103
1103

139
148

111
118

91
71*

403
423

261
265

98
79*

288
285

344
338

284
289

187
190

205
209

898
894

515
535

588
568

286
307

413
408

404
388

605
55.0%

85
57.0%

62
52.0%

49
69.0%
BDE

230
54.0%

137
52.0%

43
55.0%

152
53.0%

187
55.0%

162
56.0%

103
54.0%

115
55.0%

490
55.0%

291
55.0%

313
55.0%

161
52.0%

232
57.0%

212
55.0%

535
48.0%

72
49.0%

61
52.0%

28
39.0%

197
46.0%

138
52.0%
C

39
50.0%

146
51.0%

162
48.0%

135
47.0%

93
49.0%

96
46.0%

439
49.0%

259
48.0%

276
49.0%

151
49.0%

183
45.0%

201
52.0%

387
35.0%

51
35.0%
F

48
41.0%
EF

28
39.0%
EF

171
40.0%
EF

73
28.0%

16
20.0%

87
31.0%

116
34.0%

106
37.0%

78
41.0%
G

61
29.0%

326
36.0%
K

204
38.0%
N

183
32.0%

99
32.0%

131
32.0%

157
40.0%
OP

267
24.0%

30
20.0%

31
26.0%

24
33.0%
AD

94
22.0%

69
26.0%

20
26.0%

72
25.0%

75
22.0%

76
26.0%

45
23.0%

50
24.0%

217
24.0%

132
25.0%

135
24.0%

76
25.0%

107
26.0%

84
22.0%

356
32.0%

54
36.0%

36
31.0%

27
38.0%

137
32.0%

82
31.0%

20
25.0%

77
27.0%

105
31.0%

99
34.0%

75
39.0%
G

66
32.0%

290
32.0%

192
36.0%
N

165
29.0%

108
35.0%

121
30.0%

127
33.0%

146
13.0%

18
12.0%

15
13.0%

14
20.0%
F

62
15.0%

30
11.0%

7
9.0%

42
15.0%
H

29
8.0%

41
14.0%
H

35
18.0%
H

34
16.0%

112
13.0%

84
16.0%
N

62
11.0%

47
15.0%

55
13.0%

44
11.0%

133
12.0%

19
13.0%

14
12.0%

12
17.0%
F

54
13.0%

29
11.0%

6
7.0%

40
14.0%
H

26
8.0%

43
15.0%
H

24
12.0%

25
12.0%

108
12.0%

73
14.0%

61
11.0%

47
15.0%
Q

46
11.0%

40
10.0%

662
60.0%

94
64.0%
F

75
64.0%
F

47
66.0%
F

240
57.0%

168
63.0%
F

38
48.0%

183
64.0%
H

191
56.0%

175
61.0%

113
59.0%

117
56.0%

545
61.0%

322
60.0%

340
60.0%

159
52.0%

264
65.0%
O

239
62.0%
O

516
47.0%

70
47.0%

55
47.0%

38
53.0%

190
45.0%

124
47.0%

39
49.0%

142
50.0%
J

171
51.0%
J

130
45.0%

73
38.0%

80
38.0%

436
49.0%
K

253
47.0%

264
46.0%

125
41.0%

175
43.0%

216
56.0%
OP

282
26.0%

40
27.0%

34
29.0%

15
21.0%

121
28.0%
E

57
22.0%

16
20.0%

71
25.0%

85
25.0%

67
23.0%

58
30.0%

41
19.0%

241
27.0%
K

151
28.0%
N

131
23.0%

65
21.0%

91
22.0%

126
32.0%
OP

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D/E/F - G/H/I/J - K/L - M/N - O/P/Q - R/S/T * small base

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