By The Numbers: British Columbia 2015 Spring Ballot Ratings

Bell Media & Numeris Breakdown of Spring 2015 Adults 12+ and Adults 25-54 Ballot ratings of British Columbia Radio Stations

Numeris logo replacing BBM logoThe 13 week Radio Spring 2015 ballot ratings across British Columbia were conducted March 2 – April 25, 2015 by Numeris. Anyone 12 years of age or older living in a randomly selected BC residence by Numeris was eligible to fill out a ballot for one week. Participants listed the radio station’s call letters they listened to in 15 minute time blocks. At the end of the week, they mailed their ballots back to Numeris to be tabulated. In all, there were 13 weekly groups of ballot holders who participated in the ratings in Victoria, Kelowna, Prince George and Kamloops

PrintResults provided to kowchmedia by Bell Media and Numeris are listed below. In markets where Bell Media has no radio stations, the results are limited to Adults 12+. In communities where Bell Media has radio stations we have ratings for Adults 12+ and Adults 25-54.

In Vancouver, Numeris used Portable People Meters (PPM) for the 2015 Spring ratings between March 2 and May 31st. kowchmedia will have results of the Spring PPM ratings in mid June.

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Victoria Spring 2015 All 12+Victoria Spring 2015 mastheadVictoria Spring 2015 All 25-54


Kelowna Spring 2015 All 12+Kelowna Spring 2015 mastheadKelowna Spring 2015 All 25-54


Kamloops Spring 2015 A12+


Prince George Spring 2015 A12+

To view all the 2015 Spring Ballot Ratings across Canada Click Here