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EKOS: October 8 – 10

October 13, 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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Forum: October 8 – 9

October 13, 2015 – Forum used Interactive Voice Response (IVR) phone polling to reach 1,427 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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Angus Reid Institute: October 7 – 9

October 13, 2015 – As the Election 2015 campaign heads into the long weekend and the start of advance voting, the ‘Mulcair Momentum’ that looked like it could push the New Democratic Party (NDP) into power in Ottawa for the first

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Innovative Research: October 5 – 8

October 13, 2015 – Innovative Research Group conducted an online poll with a sample of 3,417 adult Canadians – 1,505 of whom came from Innovative’s Canada 20/20 panel, and the rest of whom were provided by Survey Sampling International. Results were

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Mainstreet: October 6 – 7

October 13, 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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EKOS: October 5 – 7

October 9, 2015 – EKOS asked all respondents the question “If a federal election were held tomorrow, which party would you vote for”. The results reported take into account only decided and leaning voters, which removes the 6.2  per cent who reported that

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