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Race in key B.C. riding promises to be a nail-biter

Race in key B.C. riding promises to be a nail-biter

The margin of error for a probability sample of this size is plus or minus 5.The margin of error for a probability sample of this size is plus or minus 6.If a vote were held today, 30 per cent of leaning and decided voters would choose the Conservatives, 30 per cent would pick the NDP, and 25 per cent would favour the Liberals, according to a Mainstreet survey.According to a Mainstreet survey, if an election were held today, 41 per cent of decided and leaning voters would vote Bloc, 39 per cent would support the Liberals, and 11 per cent would choose the Conservatives.

5 per cent of the vote, followed by the Bloc with just over 27 per cent of the vote and the NDP with 25 per cent.5 per cent at a 95 per cent confidence level.

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