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Election spending differs

Election spending differs

In Canada, we are gearing up for an election in October.

Various news agencies constantly are polling households each evening to determine which of the three parties—Liberal, NDP, or Conservative—would have your vote if you were going to the polls the following day.

The results are published and the news media’s political specialists pore over the numbers with magnifying glasses trying to determine who is ahead and who is behind at a moment in time.

They look for trends in hope they can predict the outcome four months out.

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