The goal is simple: to get a poll done after the referendum period. In other words: now that people have actually voted.
Why? Mostly for two reasons.
1. Polls done during the referendum campaign had the issue of having a lot of undecided.
2. Elections BC will take weeks to count the ballots (it took almost 3 weeks in 2011 for the HST referendum)
So if you are curious and would like an estimate of the results, consider contributing a little bit.
Whoever contributes will also have access to the raw data file of the survey if interested.
We'll use Google Survey as this is by far the cheapest way to conduct a poll. Don't be afraid, this is a normal, regular survey done with proper sampling using the Google database. It has been used for political polls in the US with great results and I have also been successful in using it in Canada (see my blog for details or just ask me on Twitter). I did such a survey earlier this campaign and got results almost identical to the other polls.