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Previous polls:

Do you like Travel Manitoba's campaign slogan "Manitoba: Canada's Heart Beats"?

Yes31%

No69%

What do you think about Canada Post ending home mail delivery?

I can live without it 32%

I don't have home delivery now 29%

Home delivery is needed39%

Do you agree with some city staff taking unpaid days off to save taxpayers money?

Yes, as long as it's voluntary78%

No, it's not practical22%

The city's decided to plow residential streets. What's your opinion?

Oh that'll be helpful.23%

It's about time! Grumble, grumble.45%

Meh, roads aren't so bad. We should save the money.19%

Scrambling to find a place to park my car.3%

Plowing! When I was your age we drove through six feet of snow, uphill both ways!10%

How are you coping with the current deep-freeze?

Bundling up and enjoying the fresh air30%

Hunkering down and just getting by48%

Dreaming of warm, sunny beaches22%

Has your street been plowed yet?

Yes, and it's in great shape19%

Yes, but it's in rough shape10%

No, but it's passable41%

No, and I need a four-wheel drive30%

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