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Mainstreet: October 14 – 15

October 18, 2015 – Mainstreet asked all respondents the question “If the federal election were today, which party would you support?” Those who said they were undecided were asked the follow-up question “Which party are you leaning towards?” The numbers reported

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Forum: October 13 – 14

October 16, 2015 – Forum used Interactive Voice Response (IVR) phone polling to reach 1,438 adult Canadians. Results were weighted to census data where appropriate. Forum reports that the margin of error of is +/-3%, 19 times out of 20. Forum’s

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Nanos: October 11 – 14

October 15, 2015 – Nanos asked decided voters the question, “If a FEDERAL election were held today, could you please rank your top two current local voting preferences?” From this, the reported federal vote breakdown is the percentage of each party

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Ipsos: October 9 – 13

October 15, 2015 – Ipsos conducted an online poll of 1,349 adult Canadians using the “Ipsos I-Say Panel” and some non-panel sources through river-sampling. Results were then weighted to census data. Ipsos reports that the margin of error of is +/

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EKOS: October 10 – 12

October 15, 2015 – EKOS asked all respondents the question “Thinking about the upcoming federal election on October 19th, have you already voted either at an advance poll or by special ballot?” Those who answered yes were asked “How did you

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Nanos: October 9 – 11

October 13, 2015 – Nanos asked decided voters the question, “If a FEDERAL election were held today, could you please rank your top two current local voting preferences?” From this, the reported federal vote breakdown is the percentage of each party

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