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

When do you shop for your children's school supplies?

  • 33% My children reuse their supplies, I only buy what we need.
  • 4% I'm done shopping before summer holidays.
  • 7% I shop throughout the summer.
  • 3% Last week of July or so.
  • 12% First two weeks of August.
  • 24% Last two weeks of August.
  • 14% Midnight the night before their first day back.
  • 0%

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What's your take on Husky Energy's handling of the pipeline leak?


How do you think the City of Prince Albert has handled the water supply situation?


What do you make of interim Saskatchewan NDP leader Trent Wotherspoon’s Tuesday afternoon appearance at a City of Prince Albert press conference, alongside a handful of Official Opposition MLAs?


Are you heeding the City of Prince Albert’s public plea and cutting back on your use of water while the North Saskatchewan River water intake is closed?

Recent survey

Does the pipeline leak upstream of us impact your opinion about pipelines?

  • 65% I'm with Brad Wall on this; Pipelines are the best option.
  • 26% Pipelines leak - it's what they do. No more pipelines.
  • 9% I'm on the fence on this one.

How are you going to help the Rose Garden Hospice Association and their effort to get a $3.5 million 10-unit freestanding hospice building built in Prince Albert?

  • 33% I'll attend an upcoming fundraiser event.
  • 8% I'll volunteer at an upcoming fundraiser event.
  • 11% I'm going to pledge a donation.
  • 48% I'm not going to help (Editor's note: We think you should)

With the civic election just more than three months away, which mayoral candidate are you voting for?

  • 36% Greg Dionne (incumbent)
  • 14% Martin Ring (Ward 6 councillor)
  • 18% Josh Morrow (newcomer to council)
  • 10% Conrad Burns (newcomer to council)
  • 22% I don't know, yet

Pokémon Go launched in Canada this week, resulting in crowds of people travelling through the city to collect Pokémon. Do you "gotta catch 'em all?"

  • 6% I don't know what that means.
  • 10% I've been catching 'em!
  • 84% I have no interest in this fad.

What do you think of the city council candidates who have come forward so far, as a whole?

  • 15% I'm impressed. I look forward to seeing what they intend on bringing to the table.
  • 46% I'm still waiting to be impressed.
  • 39% I do not anticipate being impressed.

What should be done about the 123,183 unaccounted for needles this past year at Prince Albert's Straight to the Point Harm Reduction Program?

  • 1% I'm not sure, but something has to be done.
  • 37% Make the program an actual needle exchange, wherein used needles are exchanged for fresh ones.
  • 29% Shut the program down.
  • 33% Open up a "wet house," where drugs are taken on-site and needles never leave the facility.

Are you concerned about the drastic rise in firearms-related offences in Prince Albert?

  • 13% Not really. Trends go up and down...
  • 77% Yes! The prospect of more unlawful gun owners on city streets is frightening.
  • 10% I'm not sure. I need to know more.

The new Ghostbusters movie opens on Friday. Are you looking forward to it?

  • 20% Yes!
  • 66% No!
  • 14% I'll wait until it's on TV or Netflix.

Would a city council candidate’s partisan ties to a political party affect whether you vote for them?

  • 41% No: So long as it doesn't affect their work, it doesn't matter
  • 59% Yes: I would question their motivations.
  • 0% I don't know.

Did you fill out your 2016 Census forms?

  • 4% No: I didn't realize that proper population counts are integral to the City of Prince Albert attracting federal and provincial funding, therefore keeping my property taxes lower.
  • 81% Yes: I care about my home community.
  • 15% No: I just don't care