Comment 37661

By TheSniffTest (anonymous) | Posted February 01, 2010 at 18:25:00

The author asked, "What's wrong with asking people's opinion exactly?", nothing when you position them as people opinions in an unscientific survey, but there is much wrong when you position the opinions as "fact" in position papers. And as "fact" is exactly how those running the project have positioned these unscientific self-selected, biased surveys.

Heck, a City LRT project rep didn't even know there was such a thing as a scientific survey when questioned at a meeting I attended. That in itself should be enough to question the validity of the whole project. But I won't question the whole project, as I would support a LRT on Main, but King is a non-starter.

A LRT will never be built on King.

BTW, name a Canadian PAN AM Gold Medalist from the last games without looking it up...... Better yet, stand on the street and ask 100 people to name one.

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