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Which of former mayor Susan Thompson's ideas do you like the best?

How do you react to Neil Young's stand on the Alberta oilsands?

I want to live with a Cinnamon Girl15%

I've developed a Heart of Gold13%

I feel like an Old Man21%

I'm Rockin' in the Free World27%

I'm dreaming of a Harvest Moon24%

Would you like to take a one-way mission to Mars?

Yes, anything to escape this winter7%

No, the Jets are playing better now8%

I'm more of a Saturn-type person2%

Well, maybe the moon3%

No, but I'd like to send a few people there79%

Do you plan to attend Festival du Voyageur this year?

Yes, I always do7%

Most likely13%

It's doubtful42%

Never have, never will38%

How much responsibility should cab drivers bear for helping hospital patients safely into their homes?

They should walk them to their door34%

They should park in front until the patients are inside37%

They only owe them a ride, nothing else30%

Were the Jets justified in firing Claude Noel?

Yes68%

No32%

What vehicle best describes the quality of Winnipeg's snow clearing this winter?

Cadillac4%

Volvo5%

Oldsmobile9%

Lada18%

A rusted-out tractor abandoned in a field on the fringes of Niverville.63%

How have Winnipeg's rutted streets affected you?

They haven't been a problem.7%

I have been slowing down.72%

I have not been driving.11%

I had an accident.10%

Should Winnipeg allow a 24-storey apartment tower on Waterfront Drive?

Yes. We need high-density residential development downtown.44%

No. It will ruin the low-rise feel of Waterfront Drive.39%

Maybe. But developers must consult more with residents.17%

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