Mr. Speaker, 200,000 pieces of correspondence were sent out by the minister responsible for the Canadian Wheat Board. I did not sign each and every letter but I certainly did have a good thorough analysis, a solid briefing on exactly what the results were.
I will point to some of the hon. member's comments. The hon. member made specific statements regarding 87% and 92%. Numbers were being thrown out wildly.
I remember not very long ago that the deputy House leader I think it was from the Reform Party stood in this House and what was basically said by the hon. member was that public opinion polling had to be done in a scientific, qualitative way and it had to be accountable and the results exposed.
We have heard a plethora of numbers that have come from members opposite in this Chamber. They cannot explain what those numbers mean. They have not tabled any documents.
I could stand here and say that I saw 101% of all the letters that were received from farmers. The truth is that I only saw 100%.