Most of you in an online poll thought the NDP would fare better in the next federal election if the party moved on from Jagmeet Singh.
The ratio, 60:40, is almost exactly the proportion that thought the Conservatives would do better without Pierre Poilievre. You also wanted Justin Trudeau gone, 70:30.
I'll soon be pulling together a roundup story covering all three polls.
Some 7,239 of you participated.
The two graphs where we see interesting differences are gender and education.
Men are much more likely than women to think that the NDP would do better without Singh, and vice versa.
And university-educated respondents were more likely to say that Singh should stay.
Age is the key to many dynamics at the moment in Canadian politics, but interestingly this doesn't seem to be one of them:
And while there are local differences in the poll (bearing in mind the small sample size: communities with 40 responses or more were included) there are no obvious regional differences, as appear in some polls: