Dec 9, 2010 Opinion Polls
FROM THE CBC SITE, PLEASE VOTE:
Power & Politics with Evan Solomon – POLL: Game Changers 2010
Last Updated: Monday, December 6, 2010 | 1:17 PM ET .
Who made the biggest difference on the political scene this year? Who had the most profound impact on the direction of the country? Who changed the political landscape in a significant way, positive or negative? We want to know what you think. The team at Power & Politics with Evan Solomon has built a list of political Game Changers for 2010.
But we want YOU to help out. Who are we missing? What Game Changer is not on our list? Let us know in the comments field below, or via Twitter @CBCPolitics or email us at email@example.com.
Send us your suggestions for other names to add to our list. Power & Politics will run five feature Game Changer interviews on our show this month. And one of those will be our PEOPLE’s CHOICE interview — the Game Changer picked most by you.
So vote now. We need your help. Become a Game Changer.
Mark Carney 2.26% (43 votes)
Michaëlle Jean 7.97% (152 votes)
Nahee d Nenshi 29.54% (563 votes)
Tony Clement 3.31% (63 votes)
Candice Hoeppner 12.33% (235 votes)
John Furlong 1.47% (28 votes)
Bill Vander Zalm 4.2% (80 votes)
Pat Stogran 3.2% (61 votes)
Bob Rae 5.98% (114 votes)
WikiLeaks 29.75% (567 votes)
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Jun 27, 2010 Opinion Polls
We have posted a list of BC MLA’s that were at the top of the signature collection numbers list. According to their Ridings, these MLA’s are the worst at their job of representing the people of their BC Riding.
Who do you think should be the first MLA to be recalled? If you have other MLA’s in mind, please leave a comment below with your suggestion and reasons.
Jun 24, 2010 Opinion Polls
We have now collected more signatures than the BC Liberals received to elect them to their current Dictatorship in 2009. That was the legal signature collection, it’s now time for our first opinion poll to discuss the employment of Gordon Campbell and Colin Hansen as representatives of the people of British Columbia.