The 52 Most Vulnerable Ridings in 2015 Election, Based on 2011 Election
By Laura RyckewaertSep. 8, 2015
Using Election’s Canada’s transposition of votes to the 2013 representation order, The Hill Times compiled a list of the most vulnerable ridings in Canada this election, focusing on ridings won by a margin of five per cent and less.
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