National Omnibus survey asks some deeply disturbing questions – responses from Canadians will leave you perturbed

Campaign Research, a full-service research and strategy firm founded in 2003, has recently commissioned a National Omnibus survey for Canadians to receive their answers to questions that will leave every freedom-loving Canadian concerned. Not only are the questions themselves concerning – the answers are downright terrifying.

Campaign Research says that they “work with prominent Canadian organizations across a wide spectrum of industries to provide actionable insight and data-driven intelligence services.” They also do work for public-affairs and politicians as Mr. Hillier pointed out in his social media recently.


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On Campaign Research’s webpage that discusses the National Omnibus survey, they say that “a sample of 2,413 respondents who are eligible voters in Canada and part of Maru/Blue’s research panel.” The sample was taken from January 28th to January 30th, 2021.

Here is the list of terrifying questions that were asked (In my opinion);

1.) Which is closer to your own view? n = 2413 polled

A) “Some people say we must continue to implement all possible restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19 because that is the most important thing that we need to do right now.” Result – 67% of Canadians polled picked this option.

B) “Other people say that implementing these restrictions is having more of a negative impact on people than COVID-19 is. They point to people’s economic situations, physical condition, psychological condition and other hardships as reasons for not continuing.” Result – 27% of Canadians polled picked this option.

C) Don’t know/Unsure 7% of Canadians didn’t know or were unsure.

2.) Do you support or oppose police being authorized to enter homes at their discretion without warrants to enforce compliance with Covid-19 restrictions? n = 2413 polled

A) Strongly support: 16% of Canadians Strongly supported police being authorized to enter homes at their discretion without warrants to enforce compliance with COVID-19 restrictions.

B) Somewhat support: 22% of Canadians polled somewhat supported the idea of police being authorized to enter homes at their discretion to enforce COVID-19 restrictions without warrants.

C) Somewhat oppose: 19% of Canadians polled somewhat opposed the notion of police being authorized to enter homes at their discretion to enforce COVID-19 restrictions without a warrant.

D) Strongly oppose: 39% of Canadians polled strongly opposed the idea of police being authorized to enter homes at their discretion with a warrant to enforce COVID-19 restrictions (good portion but wish it was much higher).

E) Don’t know/Unsure: 4% of Canadians polled didn’t know or were unsure of how they felt.

“How concerned are you about contracting COVID-19?” n = 2413

3.) Do you support or oppose police being authorized to establish vehicular checkpoints to pull over vehicles to question drivers and occupants to enforce compliance with Covid-19 restrictions? n = 2413 polled

A) Strongly support: 22% of Canadians polled strongly supported police being authorized to establish vehicular checkpoints to pull over vehicles to question drivers and occupants to help enforce COVID-19 restrictions.

B) Somewhat support: 30% of Canadians polled somewhat supported police being authorized to establish vehicular checkpoints to pull over vehicles and question drivers and occupants in the name of COVID-19.

C) Somewhat oppose: 19% of Canadians polled somewhat opposed the idea of police being authorized to establish vehicular checkpoints to pull over vehicles and question drivers and occupants “for your safety.”

D) Strongly oppose: 26% of Canadians polled strongly opposed the idea outright – thank you to those who strongly opposed!

E) Don’t know/Unsure: 4% of Canadians didn’t know what to answer or were unsure.

4.) Do you support or oppose police being authorized to establish pedestrian checkpoints to stop and question people outside of their homes to enforce compliance with Covid-19 restrictions? n = 2413

A) Strongly support: 18% of Canadians polled strongly supported police being authorized to establish pedestrian checkpoints to stop and question people outside of their homes to enforce compliance with COVID-19 restrictions.

This is a downright Orwellian idea. Who in their right mind would advocate for this to happen in their town or city?

B) Somewhat support: 28% of Canadians somewhat supported the idea of police being authorized to establish pedestrian checkpoints to stop and question people outside of their homes to enforce compliance with COVID-19 restrictions.

C) Somewhat oppose: 20% of Canadians polled somewhat oppose police being authorized to establish pedestrian checkpoints to stop and question people outside of their homes to enforce compliance with COVID-19 restrictions.

D) Strongly oppose: 31% of Canadians polled strongly oppose the notion of police being authorized to establish pedestrian checkpoints to stop and question people outside of their homes to enforce compliance with COVID-19 restrictions.

E) Don’t know/Unsure: 3% of Canadians polled don’t know or were unsure what to answer.

5) Do you support or oppose police and health officials being authorized to separate family members at their discretion by removing people from homes and housing them somewhere else to reduce or eliminate the risk of COVID spread? n=2413

This question absolutely terrifies me – and so do the answers! This isn’t a question that shouldn’t even be asked but here we are in 2021. Do you support the authorization of police and health officials being authorized to separate family members at their discretion – because COVID-19.

A) Strongly support: 9% of Canadians polled strongly supported the idea of breaking up of the family unit through force to protect or reduce the risk of spread from COVID.

B) Somewhat support: 18% of Canadians polled somewhat supported the idea of breaking up of the family unit through force to protect or reduce the risk of spread from COVID.

C) Somewhat oppose: 22% of Canadians polled somewhat opposed the idea of breaking up of the family unit through force to protect or reduce the risk of spread from COVID.

D) Strongly oppose: 42% of Canadians polled strongly opposed the idea of Orwell’s 1984 becoming a reality and rejected the premise outright.

E) Don’t know/Unsure: 8% of Canadians polled took the easy way out and didn’t know.

6) Do you support or oppose the establishment of Covid-19 isolation centers where people who are found in breach of Covid-19 related emergency measures could be taken to protect themselves and others from Covid-19 for the duration of the pandemic? n=2413

A) Strongly support: 24% of Canadians strongly supported the establishment of isolation centers for people who are found in breach of COVID-19 related emergency measures to be taken to in order to protect “themselves and others” from COVID-19 for “the duration of the pandemic.”

B) Somewhat support: 34% of Canadians somewhat supported the establishment of isolation centers for people who are found in breach of COVID-19 related emergency measures to be taken to in order to protect “themselves and others” from COVID-19 for “the duration of the pandemic.”

C) Somewhat oppose: 15% of Canadians somewhat oppose the establishment of isolation centers for people who are found in breach of COVID-19 related emergency measures to be taken to in order to protect “themselves and others” from COVID-19 for “the duration of the pandemic.”

D) Strongly oppose: 18% of Canadians strongly opposed the establishment of isolation centers for people who are found in breach of COVID-19 related emergency measures to be taken to in order to protect “themselves and others” from COVID-19 for “the duration of the pandemic.”

E) Don’t know/Unsure: 8% of Canadians polled responded that they didn’t know.

7) Do you support or oppose the government compelling cell phone companies to provide all individual location
data on users for the purpose of enforcing compliance with Covid-19 emergency measures? n = 2413

A) Strongly support: 13% of Canadians polled strongly supported the government compelling cell phone companies to provide all individual location data on users for the purpose of enforcing compliance with none other than COVID-19.

B) Somewhat support: 24% of Canadians polled somewhat supported the government compelling cell phone companies to provide all individual location data on users for the purpose of enforcing compliance with COVID-19 measures.

C) Somewhat oppose: 19% of Canadians polled somewhat opposed the government compelling cell phone companies to provide all individual location data on users for the purpose of enforcing compliance with COVID-19 measures.

D) Strongly oppose: 38% of Canadians polled strongly opposed the government compelling cell phone companies to provide all individual location data on users for the purpose of enforcing compliance with COVID-19 measures.

E) Don’t know/Unsure: 7% of Canadians didn’t know.

8) Do you support or oppose fining or jailing those who spread disinformation about Covid-19? For instance, questioning the existence or seriousness of Covid-19 i.e. “It’s just the flu”. n = 2413

A) Strongly support: 29% of Canadians polled strongly supported the idea of jailing those who “spread disinformation about COVID-19.” This would include anyone who questions the existence or seriousness of COVID-19 i.e “It’s just the flu.”

Here’s a thought – I don’t want the government deciding what is “disinformation” when it comes to COVID-19 and will never support the idea.

B) Somewhat support: 30% of Canadians polled somewhat supported the idea of jailing those who “spread disinformation about COVID-19.”

C) Somewhat oppose: 15% of Canadians polled somewhat opposed the idea of jailing those who “spread disinformation about COVID-19.”

D) Strongly oppose: 19% of Canadians polled strongly opposed the idea of jailing those who “spread disinformation about COVID-19.”

E) Don’t know/Unsure: 7% of Canadians polled didn’t know.

Last but not least they asked this doozy of a question…

9) Do you support or oppose the government suspending civil liberties and rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms for the duration of the pandemic? n = 2413

A) Strongly support: 12% of Canadians polled strongly support the government suspending civil liberties and rights under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms for the duration of the pandemic.

B) Somewhat support: 26% of Canadians polled somewhat support the idea of government suspending civil liberties and rights under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms for the duration of the pandemic.

C) Somewhat oppose: 20% of Canadians polled somewhat opposed the idea of government suspending civil liberties and rights under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms for the duration of the pandemic.

D) Strongly oppose: 32% of Canadians polled strongly opposed government suspending civil liberties and rights under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms for the duration of the pandemic.

E) Don’t know/Unsure: 11% of Canadians polled didn’t know/unsure.

This means 38% of those polled supported the outright suspension of rights related to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms for the duration of the “pandemic.”

Share the heck out of this article – let other Canadians and those around the world know where Canadians stand on matters related to COVID-19. Remember that it is a small sample size and we can only hope more Canadians are strongly opposed to the loss of their rights and freedoms.

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Published by Greg Staley

Greg Staley is a husband, and a father to 3 beautiful girls. He is a concerned citizen who is closely watching his government's actions through critical thinking, and assessment of all qualified and relevant data. He believes in going to the Primary sources of data at all times if possible.