Polls Archive

We want to know what you think!

Each week, the Wellington Advertiser publishes a new poll question on our website to get your opinion on issues that affect us in Wellington County. Check in with us every week and vote.

Do you support a Jan. 17 return to school for Ontario students?

  • Yes (74%)
  • No (26%)

Do you agree with the new eligibility limits on COVID-19 PCR testing?

  • No (56%)
  • Yes (44%)

Will you be attending a New Year’s Eve gathering?

  • Yes (0%)
  • No (100%)

Is working from home a viable option for you?

  • No (57%)
  • Yes (43%)

Do you support stricter public health measures in response to the Omicron variant?

  • No (55%)
  • Yes (45%)

Are you shopping more locally this Christmas than in previous years?

  • Yes (53%)
  • No (47%)

Do you plan to get a COVID-19 booster shot when eligible?

  • Yes (71%)
  • No (29%)

Do you plan to gather with those outside your household this Christmas?

  • Yes (65%)
  • No (35%)

Do you support the provincial government’s plan to build Highway 413?

  • Yes (51%)
  • No (49%)

With COVID-19 cases rising again, should the province reinstate capacity limits?

  • No (57%)
  • Yes (43%)

Do you plan to attend a Remembrance Day service this year?

  • Yes (51%)
  • No (49%)

Was it premature for the province to announce the pending end of mask and vaccine mandates?

  • Yes (64%)
  • No (36%)

Now that live theatre has resumed, are you planning to attend a local production?

  • NO (73%)
  • YES (27%)

Have you ever experienced bullying?

  • Yes (83%)
  • No (17%)

Do you support COVID-19 vaccination of children between five and 11?

  • No (61%)
  • Yes (39%)

Have you used your vaccine passport yet?

  • Yes (52%)
  • No (48%)

Do you feel safer with the vaccine passport system in place?

  • Yes (55%)
  • No (45%)

Did the federal leaders’ debates influence your voting decision?

  • No (93%)
  • Yes (7%)

Should ATVs be allowed on Wellington County roads?

  • No (65%)
  • Yes (35%)

Will your children be returning to in-class learning this fall?

  • YES (64%)
  • NO (36%)

Do you intend to vote in the Sept. 20 federal election?

  • Yes (91%)
  • No (9%)

If the federal election was today, which party would you support?

  • Conservative (40%)
  • Other (20%)
  • Liberal (18%)
  • Green (14%)
  • NDP (8%)

Would you support the government introducing a COVID-19 ‘vaccine passport’?

  • No (75%)
  • Yes (25%)

Do you believe Ontario’s new back-to-school guidelines are adequate?

  • No (51%)
  • Yes (49%)

Have you been following the Olympics as closely as usual this year?

  • No (80%)
  • Yes (20%)

With step three in place, would you be comfortable attending a movie in a theatre?

  • No (71%)
  • Yes (29%)

Have you or someone close to you been impacted by opioid addiction?

  • NO (84%)
  • YES (16%)

Have your trees been affected by the gypsy moth caterpillar infestation?

  • Yes (51%)
  • No (49%)

Do you plan to alter or cancel your usual Canada Day celebration this year?

  • No (77%)
  • Yes (23%)

Do you agree with the decision to install separate bike lanes on St. David Street North (Hwy. 6) in Fergus?

  • No (67%)
  • Yes (33%)

Do you agree with the Ford government’s use of the notwithstanding clause to overrule the Supreme Court?

  • No (75%)
  • Yes (25%)

Should Ontario schools hold outdoor in-person graduations?

  • Yes (74%)
  • No (26%)

Should the Toronto Maple Leafs trade a core player this off-season?

  • No (52%)
  • Yes (48%)

Should schools reopen for the remainder of the current school year?

  • Yes (53%)
  • No (47%)

Should golf courses be allowed to open under current pandemic protocols?

  • Yes (69%)
  • No (31%)

Do you support an extension of the provincial stay-at-home order?

  • Yes (58%)
  • No (42%)

Do you support the decision to remove police resource officers from local schools?

  • No (53%)
  • Yes (47%)

Should the provincial government provide paid sick leave?

  • Yes (59%)
  • No (41%)

Do you have your 2020 tax return finished and filed?

  • Yes (76%)
  • No (24%)

Are you hoping to continue working from home post-pandemic?

  • No (52%)
  • Yes (48%)

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