This survey was published in the Jamaica Gleaner on June 28, 2011. This poll was done by a pollster named Bill Johnson who on four separate days between May and June conducted this survey on sample size of 1008 people. No specific sponsor for this survey was disclosed. The purpose of this survey was to determine the percentage of Jamaicans who feel that the country would be better if still under British rule. The survey results were clearly stated, reporting the percentage of Jamaicans who think the country would be better off, worse off and those who just didn’t know. The report also states the margin of error of this poll. In addition to this, the article shows the opinions of Jamaicans as it relates to changing the country from a monarchy to a republic. These results were also clearly stated, showing the percentage of people that say the monarchy system should be retained, removed and those who just didn’t know. No graphs are used in the representation of the results.
(2011, June 28). Give us the Queen! The Gleaner.