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Expect ‘volatile, uncertain’ 2015 election due to riding boundary changes: Nanos

All four federal political parties have started the nomination process for the next federal election in 2015 which is expected to be 'volatile' and 'uncertain' due to the riding boundary changes across the country, says pollster

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Pollster Nik Nanos, left, pictured in this file photo with Earnscliffe Strategy's Robin Sears, told The Hill Times that in most cases, the incumbent party has an advantage on paper, but said this election is going to be so uncertain and volatile because of the change in the electoral boundaries for many of these ridings

All four federal political parties have started the nomination process for the next federal election in 2015 which is expected to be “volatile” and uncertain” due to the riding boundary changes across the country, says  pollster Nik Nanos.

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Expect ‘volatile, uncertain’ 2015 election due to riding boundary changes: Nanos

All four federal political parties have started the nomination process for the next federal election in 2015 which is expected to be 'volatile' and 'uncertain' due to the riding boundary changes across the country, says pollster

The Hill Times photograph by Bea Vongdouangchanh
Pollster Nik Nanos, left, pictured in this file photo with Earnscliffe Strategy's Robin Sears, told The Hill Times that in most cases, the incumbent party has an advantage on paper, but said this election is going to be so uncertain and volatile because of the change in the electoral boundaries for many of these ridings

All four federal political parties have started the nomination process for the next federal election in 2015 which is expected to be “volatile” and uncertain” due to the riding boundary changes across the country, says  pollster Nik Nanos.

  

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