New online survey CHIP 101.9
Article published on 26 March 2019
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As of yesterday, CHIP 101.9 unveiled a new online survey asking Pontiac citizens: ’’Are you satisfied with the highway road conditions in the MRC Pontiac (148, 301, 303, 366, Chemin des Outaouais)?’’ Yes, no or don’t know are the possible answers and the survey can be found on our website, chipfm.com.
The results of the previous survey are also available. 76 people answered the question: “in your opinion, which of the following projects or ideas looks the most promising for the Pontiac in 2019?” The regional pool project in Fort-Coulonge won at 43% with 33 votes, and the option with the least votes was the idea of a National Park on l’Ile-du-Grand-Calumet, with 5 votes. (The other options and results can be found on our website.)

Survey:
In your opinion, which of the following projects or ideas looks the most promising for the Pontiac in 2019?
The regional pool project in Fort-Coulonge 43% - 33 responses
Biomass valorisation center 16% - 12 responses
Cannabis Research Center (Livewell) 11% - 8 answers
The idea of a national park on Ile-du-Grand-Calumet; 7% - 5 answers
Better track network for quads 24% - 18 answers

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