But, let me just point out one:
How likely do you think each of the following parties are to provide false and misleading information to voters through telephone calls with pre-recorded messages during a political campaign?The results were pretty damning - 63% said the Conservatives would do it, 55% said the Liberals would do it, and 35% said the NDP would do it.
But, I mean, that question is utterly stupid. You're basically asking respondents whether or not they think the parties would lie about something in a robocall.
Hey, guess what - every single person thinks politicians lie. The question should have been:
"How likely do you think each of the following parties would provide false and misleading information to supporters of rival parties by pretending to be Elections Canada officials and directing them to incorrect polling stations?"Or something less clunky. But something specific to the accusations - not simply do you think the politicians will lie in their pre-recorded messages. For Christ's sake, you might as well ask if they believe politicians lie every time they speak. You'd probably get similar results.
Other than some of the vagueness of the questions, it's a very unsurprising poll. The answer to most questions is most Cons disagree overwhelmingly; most Opposition supporters agree overwhelmingly. And because there are more of us than them, we essentially beat them every time.
Replace "Cons" with "AB, SK, and MN voters" and "Opposition" with "everyone else in Canada" and you get the same results for the other half of the poll.
Yet Canadians, according to the polls so far, still support the Cons. Amazing isn't it?