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

Some school bus operators in the province are speaking out against new government safety rules requiring them to purchase new vehicles instead of used ones. Do you agree that the no-retrofit rules are putting unfair costs on to operators?

  • 54% Yes, quality used buses are just as safe as new ones as long as the operator brings them up to the province's standard
  • 36% No, operators had enough time to retrofit their buses before the rules came into effect
  • 9% Undecided

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Have you picked out your Halloween costume for this year yet?


Are you attending any of the events surrounding the MusicNL awards in Corner Brook this week?


Will Wednesday's shootings in Ottawa make you think twice about going to government buildings in this province?


What should the city do to improve ridership on Corner Brook's transit system?


Should the City of Corner Brook restrict through traffic on Elswick Road by closing the upper exit/entrance onto West Valley Road for safety concerns?

Recent survey

Last Thursday, Lieut. Navy Jennifer Hartley addressed the Rotary Club of Corner Brook. Hartley's mission since taking over the corps two years ago was to increase enrolment and community awareness to build the city corps back to its former numbers. In that time, the 184 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Curling has increased its numbers from 35 cadets and seven officers to 45-50 cadets and eight officers. Do you believe youth benefit from becoming a member of a cadet corp?

  • 87% Yes
  • 13% No

Should the province's new 911 system include a dispatch service, rather than just a call-taking one?

  • 78% Yes
  • 6% No
  • 16% There should be some combination of the two

Do you think Hurricane Gonzalo will have much of an effect on western Newfoundland when it's scheduled to hit the province this weekend?

  • 13% Yes
  • 87% No

The chair of Marble Mountain Development Corporation is confident the auditor general's office will find improvements have been made after a largely negative report two years ago. Do you think this auditor general's report will be more favourable to Marble?

  • 45% Yes
  • 55% No

A project has been approved that includes building a tunnel underneath the Trans-Canada Highway to connect the Town of Steady Brook to the Marble Mountain side for pedestrians. Do you think this project will better connect the town and attract more visitors?

  • 41% Yes
  • 54% No
  • 5% Undecided

Some are criticizing the appointment of Maurice Dusseault to an independent fracking review panel because Dusseault holds patents on certain methods of hydraulic fracturing. Do you think someone who holds fracking patents has a place on the panel?

  • 29% Yes
  • 70% No
  • 1% Undecided

How will you spend the Thanksgiving long weekend?

  • 63% Being with family
  • 4% One last trip to the cabin
  • 20% Not celebrating
  • 13% Other

St. John's lawyer Ches Crosbie says he'll make a fourth attempt at filing a class-action lawsuit to rid the province of video lottery terminals after previous filings failed for various reasons. Do you think Crosbie will eventually succeed in ridding Newfoundland and Labrador of VLTs?

  • 18% Yes
  • 78% No
  • 4% Undecided

Will you be buying a season pass for Marble Mountain this year?

  • 9% Yes
  • 84% No
  • 7% Undecided

A Good Samaritan in Corner Brook returned an envelope filled with $1,000 in cash they found, which turned out to belong to a local sports team. Would you turn in $1,000 to police if you found it?

  • 87% Yes
  • 8% No
  • 5% Undecided