Mr. Speaker, I was at a Weyburn meeting I think it was on January 20. There was a guest book with the signatures of some 600 people and I imagine they were all farmers.
The question was asked how many people would support single desk selling. Out of some 600 people, not one hand went up. When it was asked how many of those farmers wanted dual marketing, 85% to 90% of the hands went up. I am not saying that there was not one or two people or maybe a dozen who would have supported single desk selling. They were a little cautious in putting their hands up, but I thought that was a pretty good poll.
When I went to Alberta, I had the same experience meeting after meeting. There were 75% to 80% of the people who wanted a marketing choice. If that is not pretty good polling, I do not know what else to do.
The people were there physically. They took the opportunity to come out, to give their ideas and to put up their hands. That is what we do here in the House when we stand up. That is pretty good polling I would say.