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Edmonton Centre a Close Two-way Race

Posted October 16th, 2015 in Edmonton, Federal Politics, News and tagged by Marc Henry

With Canada’s longest federal campaign coming to an end, the race in Edmonton Centre is too close to call.  Presently, Conservative James Cumming holds a narrow lead (33%) over Liberal Randy Boissonnault (30%) – statistically tied, taking into account the poll’s margin of error.  Gil McGowan of the NDP is running third at 22%, while David Parker of the Greens sits at 4% and other candidates capture 2%.  Roughly one-in-ten (9%) voters in Edmonton Centre have yet to make up their minds about the vote on October 19th.


Click link for results: Federal Election Scan October 2015


The survey is part of ThinkHQ Public Affairs, Inc. Federal Election Scan, where we select specific election contests for riding-level analysis.  The results are drawn from a random sample of 517 Edmonton Centre residents, via IVR telephone interviews conducted October 14th & 15th, 2015, and the results are considered accurate within +/- 4.3 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.