Delta Optimist readers agree that a negative PCR test within 72 hours of re-entering Canada’s land border should not be required according to a recent online poll.
The Optimist polled 389 readers and asked the question: Do you think the federal government should not require proof of a negative PCR test within 72 hours of re-entering Canada's land border in its online community poll from Oct. 18 to 22.
Of the 389 votes, we can determine that 160 are from within the community. The full results are as follows:
Yes, there is no way that people will travel to support Point Roberts unless that happens 71.88% local, 74.55% total
No, these rules are in place for a reason and no exceptions should be made 27.50% local, 23.65 % total
I have no opinion on the matter 0.63% local, 1.80 % total
Results are based on an online study of adult Delta Optimist readers that are located in Ladner. The margin of error - which measures sample variability - is +/- 4.93%, 19 times out of 20.
Delta Optimist uses a variety of techniques to capture data, detect and prevent fraudulent votes, detect and prevent robots, and filter out non-local and duplicate votes.