The Afghanistan figure is nationwide, according to The TO Star and Decima Research:
Support was weakest by far in Quebec, where 31 per cent were in favor of extending the mission while 64 per cent were opposed. Backing for the move was strongest in Alberta, where respondents favored the extension by a 55-40 margin.
As for Kyoto, 59 per cent nationally said the accord is important for Canada and the country should not withdraw from the treaty. Thirty-one per cent said it doesn't matter if Ottawa sticks to the deal, as long as there is an alternative plan in place to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Quebecers backed Kyoto by 66 per cent to 27, while Albertans opted for an alternative approach by 50 to 41.
Obviously we've got a bunch of war-mongering, science-hating ignoramuses out in Alberta. I think its time we quit appeasing these people and demanded that they step up to their role as Canadians.