An online Twitter poll (conducted by me) has revealed what a small slice of Vancouver voters think of the four front-running mayoral candidates in the Vancouver election.
Last night Richard Zussman from Global BC moderated a debate in the West End where the quartet went head to head discussing a variety of subjects including homelessness, bike lanes, the pipeline and (of course) the housing crisis.
I wrote a Twitter thread during the debate, highlighting some of the things the mayoral hopefuls had to say. At the end I conducted a poll asking followers "Who is the least smarmy, least greasy politician?", with the four candidates' names listed as options. I wanted to know who voters feel they can trust.
116 people voted in the poll which ran for 12 hours.
My followers who voted think that Shauna Sylvester is the least smarmy/greasy. 56% of them feel that way.
Kennedy Stewart was voted the second least. 22% voted for him.
Nearly tied with Stewart was Ken Sim at 19%. Mid-range not-too-smarmy-or-greasy.
That leaves Hector Bremner, with a slim showing of 3% saying they think he's the least smarmy/greasy.
This is all according to a stupid poll on Twitter.
Advance voting opens today. Who do you trust to guide your city for the next four years?