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October 25, 2014 - Lethbridge Herald

Conservative support slipping in Alberta: poll


For Stephen Harper, there’s no place like home. Calgary – and most of Alberta –
can be counted on to elect a Conservative MP every time.

But the Conservative party support continues to slip across the province,
according to the latest survey from the Citizen Society Research Lab in
Lethbridge. It’s fallen to 41.5 per cent of Alberta voters, down from 53 per
cent just two years ago.

If there’s any good news for the governing Tories, it’s that neither of the
main opposition parties seem to be gaining ground.

“People are tired of the Conservatives,” reports political scientist Faron
Ellis. “But they just can’t stand voting Liberal or NDP.”

Despite his personal appeal, Justin Trudeau and his Liberals attracted just
16.7 per cent of the “if an election was held today” voting intentions. That’s
up from 10.7 support for the Liberals two years ago – but down from 18.3 per
cent just a year ago.

Across Alberta, the federal New Democrats were as high as 19.2 per cent in
2011. But the latest survey, completed earlier this month, shows them sinking
to 10.8 per cent.

The Greens seem to be the only party picking up support, Ellis says. After two
years in the six per cent range, they’re now up to 9.6 per cent across Alberta.

“That’s a default protest vote,” he says.

“In a competitive riding, the Green or other minor parties’ votes just disappear.”

After close to a decade in power, political parties are seldom able to hold
their initial support. Ellis says that’s one reason the number of undecided
voters continues to climb.

“Most of the drop in the Conservative vote is shopping around,” with more than
19 per cent telling this month’s survey callers they didn’t know how they’d vote.

That compares to 8.3 per cent of Albertans in 2011, an election year.

Conservatives are strongest in Calgary, the survey confirms, with 56.3 per cent
of the decided voters. They’re weakest in Edmonton, at 41 per cent of those
who’ve made up their minds.

Federal Liberals are second in Edmonton (25 per cent) and Calgary (21.8) while
New Democrats are also competitive in Edmonton with 18 per cent of committed
voters. If an opposition party’s support is focused in a particular
constituency, Ellis adds, an upset is possible.

With several longtime Conservative MPs retiring, he points out, some Alberta
ridings could prove interesting during next year’s election campaign.

One of those seats is Edmonton Centre, Ellis says.

“Anne McLellan held it for four terms” for the Liberals, and became deputy
prime minister for Paul Martin.
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2014-10-27 15:23:19 UTC
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October 25, 2014 - Lethbridge Herald
Conservative support slipping in Alberta: poll
For Stephen Harper, there’s no place like home. Calgary – and most of Alberta –
can be counted on to elect a Conservative MP every time.
But the Conservative party support continues to slip across the province,
according to the latest survey from the Citizen Society Research Lab in
Lethbridge. It’s fallen to 41.5 per cent of Alberta voters, down from 53 per
cent just two years ago.
If there’s any good news for the governing Tories, it’s that neither of the
main opposition parties seem to be gaining ground.
“People are tired of the Conservatives,” reports political scientist Faron
Ellis. “But they just can’t stand voting Liberal or NDP.”
Despite his personal appeal, Justin Trudeau and his Liberals attracted just
16.7 per cent of the “if an election was held today” voting intentions. That’s
up from 10.7 support for the Liberals two years ago – but down from 18.3 per
cent just a year ago.
Across Alberta, the federal New Democrats were as high as 19.2 per cent in
2011. But the latest survey, completed earlier this month, shows them sinking
to 10.8 per cent.
The Greens seem to be the only party picking up support, Ellis says. After two
years in the six per cent range, they’re now up to 9.6 per cent across Alberta.
“That’s a default protest vote,” he says.
“In a competitive riding, the Green or other minor parties’ votes just disappear.”
After close to a decade in power, political parties are seldom able to hold
their initial support. Ellis says that’s one reason the number of undecided
voters continues to climb.
“Most of the drop in the Conservative vote is shopping around,” with more than
19 per cent telling this month’s survey callers they didn’t know how they’d vote.
That compares to 8.3 per cent of Albertans in 2011, an election year.
Conservatives are strongest in Calgary, the survey confirms, with 56.3 per cent
of the decided voters. They’re weakest in Edmonton, at 41 per cent of those
who’ve made up their minds.
Federal Liberals are second in Edmonton (25 per cent) and Calgary (21.8) while
New Democrats are also competitive in Edmonton with 18 per cent of committed
voters. If an opposition party’s support is focused in a particular
constituency, Ellis adds, an upset is possible.
With several longtime Conservative MPs retiring, he points out, some Alberta
ridings could prove interesting during next year’s election campaign.
One of those seats is Edmonton Centre, Ellis says.
“Anne McLellan held it for four terms” for the Liberals, and became deputy
prime minister for Paul Martin.
Hopefully that means today Prentice , Smith and Notley score 0/4
in the byelections!
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2014-10-29 22:00:45 UTC
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Conservative support slipping in Alberta: poll
October 25, 2014 - Lethbridge Herald
Conservative support slipping in Alberta: poll
For Stephen Harper, there’s no place like home. Calgary – and
most of Alberta – can be counted on to elect a Conservative MP
every time.
But the Conservative party support continues to slip across the
province, according to the latest survey from the Citizen Society
Research Lab in Lethbridge. It’s fallen to 41.5 per cent of
Alberta voters, down from 53 per cent just two years ago.
If there’s any good news for the governing Tories, it’s that
neither of the main opposition parties seem to be gaining ground.
“People are tired of the Conservatives,” reports political
scientist Faron Ellis. “But they just can’t stand voting
Liberal or NDP.”
Despite his personal appeal, Justin Trudeau and his Liberals
attracted just 16.7 per cent of the “if an election was held
today” voting intentions. That’s up from 10.7 support for the
Liberals two years ago – but down from 18.3 per cent just a year
ago.
Across Alberta, the federal New Democrats were as high as 19.2 per
cent in 2011. But the latest survey, completed earlier this month,
shows them sinking to 10.8 per cent.
The Greens seem to be the only party picking up support, Ellis
says. After two years in the six per cent range, they’re now up
to 9.6 per cent across Alberta.
“That’s a default protest vote,” he says.
“In a competitive riding, the Green or other minor parties’
votes just disappear.”
After close to a decade in power, political parties are seldom
able to hold their initial support. Ellis says that’s one reason
the number of undecided voters continues to climb.
“Most of the drop in the Conservative vote is shopping
around,” with more than 19 per cent telling this month’s
survey callers they didn’t know how they’d vote.
That compares to 8.3 per cent of Albertans in 2011, an election year.
Conservatives are strongest in Calgary, the survey confirms, with
56.3 per cent of the decided voters. They’re weakest in
Edmonton, at 41 per cent of those who’ve made up their minds.
Federal Liberals are second in Edmonton (25 per cent) and Calgary
(21.8) while New Democrats are also competitive in Edmonton with
18 per cent of committed voters. If an opposition party’s
support is focused in a particular constituency, Ellis adds, an
upset is possible.
With several longtime Conservative MPs retiring, he points out,
some Alberta ridings could prove interesting during next year’s
election campaign.
One of those seats is Edmonton Centre, Ellis says.
“Anne McLellan held it for four terms” for the Liberals, and
became deputy prime minister for Paul Martin.
Hopefully that means today Prentice , Smith and Notley score 0/4
in the byelections!
Well, they scored 4/4 in the btelections. Perhaps all of the PC
haters should STFU for a bit now.
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2014-10-29 23:39:24 UTC
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Conservative support slipping in Alberta: poll
October 25, 2014 - Lethbridge Herald
Conservative support slipping in Alberta: poll
For Stephen Harper, there’s no place like home. Calgary – and
most of Alberta – can be counted on to elect a Conservative MP
every time.
But the Conservative party support continues to slip across the
province, according to the latest survey from the Citizen Society
Research Lab in Lethbridge. It’s fallen to 41.5 per cent of
Alberta voters, down from 53 per cent just two years ago.
If there’s any good news for the governing Tories, it’s that
neither of the main opposition parties seem to be gaining ground.
“People are tired of the Conservatives,” reports political
scientist Faron Ellis. “But they just can’t stand voting
Liberal or NDP.”
Despite his personal appeal, Justin Trudeau and his Liberals
attracted just 16.7 per cent of the “if an election was held
today” voting intentions. That’s up from 10.7 support for the
Liberals two years ago – but down from 18.3 per cent just a year
ago.
Across Alberta, the federal New Democrats were as high as 19.2 per
cent in 2011. But the latest survey, completed earlier this month,
shows them sinking to 10.8 per cent.
The Greens seem to be the only party picking up support, Ellis
says. After two years in the six per cent range, they’re now up
to 9.6 per cent across Alberta.
“That’s a default protest vote,” he says.
“In a competitive riding, the Green or other minor parties’
votes just disappear.”
After close to a decade in power, political parties are seldom
able to hold their initial support. Ellis says that’s one reason
the number of undecided voters continues to climb.
“Most of the drop in the Conservative vote is shopping
around,” with more than 19 per cent telling this month’s
survey callers they didn’t know how they’d vote.
That compares to 8.3 per cent of Albertans in 2011, an election year.
Conservatives are strongest in Calgary, the survey confirms, with
56.3 per cent of the decided voters. They’re weakest in
Edmonton, at 41 per cent of those who’ve made up their minds.
Federal Liberals are second in Edmonton (25 per cent) and Calgary
(21.8) while New Democrats are also competitive in Edmonton with
18 per cent of committed voters. If an opposition party’s
support is focused in a particular constituency, Ellis adds, an
upset is possible.
With several longtime Conservative MPs retiring, he points out,
some Alberta ridings could prove interesting during next year’s
election campaign.
One of those seats is Edmonton Centre, Ellis says.
“Anne McLellan held it for four terms” for the Liberals, and
became deputy prime minister for Paul Martin.
Hopefully that means today Prentice , Smith and Notley score 0/4
in the byelections!
Well, they scored 4/4 in the btelections. Perhaps all of the PC
haters should STFU for a bit now.
A Harper win for now.
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Conservative support slipping in Alberta: poll
October 25, 2014 - Lethbridge Herald
Conservative support slipping in Alberta: poll
For Stephen Harper, there’s no place like home. Calgary – and
most of Alberta – can be counted on to elect a Conservative MP
every time.
But the Conservative party support continues to slip across the
province, according to the latest survey from the Citizen Society
Research Lab in Lethbridge. It’s fallen to 41.5 per cent of
Alberta voters, down from 53 per cent just two years ago.
If there’s any good news for the governing Tories, it’s that
neither of the main opposition parties seem to be gaining ground.
“People are tired of the Conservatives,â€? reports political
scientist Faron Ellis. “But they just can’t stand voting
Liberal or NDP.�
Despite his personal appeal, Justin Trudeau and his Liberals
attracted just 16.7 per cent of the “if an election was held
todayâ€? voting intentions. That’s up from 10.7 support for the
Liberals two years ago – but down from 18.3 per cent just a year
ago.
Across Alberta, the federal New Democrats were as high as 19.2 per
cent in 2011. But the latest survey, completed earlier this month,
shows them sinking to 10.8 per cent.
The Greens seem to be the only party picking up support, Ellis
says. After two years in the six per cent range, they’re now up
to 9.6 per cent across Alberta.
“That’s a default protest vote,â€? he says.
“In a competitive riding, the Green or other minor parties’
votes just disappear.�
After close to a decade in power, political parties are seldom
able to hold their initial support. Ellis says that’s one reason
the number of undecided voters continues to climb.
“Most of the drop in the Conservative vote is shopping
around,â€? with more than 19 per cent telling this month’s
survey callers they didn’t know how they’d vote.
That compares to 8.3 per cent of Albertans in 2011, an election year.
Conservatives are strongest in Calgary, the survey confirms, with
56.3 per cent of the decided voters. They’re weakest in
Edmonton, at 41 per cent of those who’ve made up their minds.
Federal Liberals are second in Edmonton (25 per cent) and Calgary
(21.8) while New Democrats are also competitive in Edmonton with
18 per cent of committed voters. If an opposition party’s
support is focused in a particular constituency, Ellis adds, an
upset is possible.
With several longtime Conservative MPs retiring, he points out,
some Alberta ridings could prove interesting during next year’s
election campaign.
One of those seats is Edmonton Centre, Ellis says.
“Anne McLellan held it for four termsâ€? for the Liberals, and
became deputy prime minister for Paul Martin.
Hopefully that means today Prentice , Smith and Notley score 0/4
in the byelections!
Well, they scored 4/4 in the btelections. Perhaps all of the PC
haters should STFU for a bit now.
A Harper win for now.
And your next prediction is..........................?
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2014-10-30 20:22:49 UTC
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Conservative support slipping in Alberta: poll
October 25, 2014 - Lethbridge Herald
Conservative support slipping in Alberta: poll
For Stephen Harper, there’s no place like home. Calgary – and
most of Alberta – can be counted on to elect a Conservative MP
every time.
But the Conservative party support continues to slip across the
province, according to the latest survey from the Citizen Society
Research Lab in Lethbridge. It’s fallen to 41.5 per cent of
Alberta voters, down from 53 per cent just two years ago.
If there’s any good news for the governing Tories, it’s that
neither of the main opposition parties seem to be gaining ground.
“People are tired of the Conservatives,â€? reports political
scientist Faron Ellis. “But they just can’t stand voting
Liberal or NDP.�
Despite his personal appeal, Justin Trudeau and his Liberals
attracted just 16.7 per cent of the “if an election was held
todayâ€? voting intentions. That’s up from 10.7 support for the
Liberals two years ago – but down from 18.3 per cent just a year
ago.
Across Alberta, the federal New Democrats were as high as 19.2 per
cent in 2011. But the latest survey, completed earlier this month,
shows them sinking to 10.8 per cent.
The Greens seem to be the only party picking up support, Ellis
says. After two years in the six per cent range, they’re now up
to 9.6 per cent across Alberta.
“That’s a default protest vote,â€? he says.
“In a competitive riding, the Green or other minor parties’
votes just disappear.�
After close to a decade in power, political parties are seldom
able to hold their initial support. Ellis says that’s one reason
the number of undecided voters continues to climb.
“Most of the drop in the Conservative vote is shopping
around,â€? with more than 19 per cent telling this month’s
survey callers they didn’t know how they’d vote.
That compares to 8.3 per cent of Albertans in 2011, an election year.
Conservatives are strongest in Calgary, the survey confirms, with
56.3 per cent of the decided voters. They’re weakest in
Edmonton, at 41 per cent of those who’ve made up their minds.
Federal Liberals are second in Edmonton (25 per cent) and Calgary
(21.8) while New Democrats are also competitive in Edmonton with
18 per cent of committed voters. If an opposition party’s
support is focused in a particular constituency, Ellis adds, an
upset is possible.
With several longtime Conservative MPs retiring, he points out,
some Alberta ridings could prove interesting during next year’s
election campaign.
One of those seats is Edmonton Centre, Ellis says.
“Anne McLellan held it for four termsâ€? for the Liberals, and
became deputy prime minister for Paul Martin.
Hopefully that means today Prentice , Smith and Notley score 0/4
in the byelections!
Well, they scored 4/4 in the btelections. Perhaps all of the PC
haters should STFU for a bit now.
A Harper win for now.
And your next prediction is..........................?
Look to Ontario and Quebec to see who makes the majority government.
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2014-10-30 22:00:59 UTC
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Look to Ontario and Quebec to see who makes the majority government.
Yeah ... we've noticed how all the posters here who are big fans of the
Ontario Liberal government have no interest in actually living in Ontario.
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Look to Ontario and Quebec to see who makes the majority government.
Yeah ... we've noticed how all the posters here who are big fans of the Ontario
Liberal government have no interest in actually living in Ontario.
Like me.
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Look to Ontario and Quebec to see who makes the majority government.
Yeah ... we've noticed how all the posters here who are big fans of the
Ontario Liberal government have no interest in actually living in Ontario.
And I wish they would all go home to Ontario - would make life in
Alberta much better !
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Look to Ontario and Quebec to see who makes the majority government.
Yeah ... we've noticed how all the posters here who are big fans of the
Ontario Liberal government have no interest in actually living in Ontario.
Thank Eves and CON precedessors for gutting the Province.
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2014-10-31 03:41:53 UTC
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Thank Eves and CON precedessors for gutting the Province.
The Liberals have been running things ... erm ... in charge ... erm ... the
elected government for 11 years.

Ornge, and eHealth, and MaRS, and the gas plants, and the lies about
healthcare premiums, and the botched green energy plans, and an increase in
the provincial debt exceeding 100% are all on the Liberals.
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Thank Eves and CON precedessors for gutting the Province.
The Liberals have been running things ... erm ... in charge ... erm ... the
elected government for 11 years.
And the people of Ontario just elected ANOTHER majority Liberal government -
because they know never to go back to a Conservative one.
Post by M.I.Wakefield
Ornge, and eHealth, and MaRS, and the gas plants, and the lies about healthcare
premiums, and the botched green energy plans, and an increase in the provincial
debt exceeding 100% are all on the Liberals.
. . . And still the people prefer a Liberal government to a Conservative one
. . . .
¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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2014-10-31 09:46:42 UTC
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Look to Ontario and Quebec to see who makes the majority government.
Yeah ... we've noticed how all the posters here who are big fans of the
Ontario Liberal government have no interest in actually living in Ontario.
Thank Eves and CON precedessors for gutting the Province.
Nothing compared to the corruption and incompetence practiced by the
liberals in Ontario. They have created more debt than any provincial
government in the province in history. And now they are going to
create the greatest ponzi scheme in provincial history with their new
'pension' plan which nobody will benefit for 25 or 30 years. And all
of that time the province will be playing with the kitty.
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Conservative support slipping in Alberta: poll
October 25, 2014 - Lethbridge Herald
Conservative support slipping in Alberta: poll
For Stephen Harper, there’s no place like home. Calgary – and
most of Alberta – can be counted on to elect a Conservative MP
every time.
But the Conservative party support continues to slip across the
province, according to the latest survey from the Citizen Society
Research Lab in Lethbridge. It’s fallen to 41.5 per cent of
Alberta voters, down from 53 per cent just two years ago.
If there’s any good news for the governing Tories, it’s that
neither of the main opposition parties seem to be gaining ground.
“People are tired of the Conservatives,â€? reports political
scientist Faron Ellis. “But they just can’t stand voting
Liberal or NDP.�
Despite his personal appeal, Justin Trudeau and his Liberals
attracted just 16.7 per cent of the “if an election was held
todayâ€? voting intentions. That’s up from 10.7 support for the
Liberals two years ago – but down from 18.3 per cent just a year
ago.
Across Alberta, the federal New Democrats were as high as 19.2 per
cent in 2011. But the latest survey, completed earlier this month,
shows them sinking to 10.8 per cent.
The Greens seem to be the only party picking up support, Ellis
says. After two years in the six per cent range, they’re now up
to 9.6 per cent across Alberta.
“That’s a default protest vote,â€? he says.
“In a competitive riding, the Green or other minor parties’
votes just disappear.�
After close to a decade in power, political parties are seldom
able to hold their initial support. Ellis says that’s one reason
the number of undecided voters continues to climb.
“Most of the drop in the Conservative vote is shopping
around,â€? with more than 19 per cent telling this month’s
survey callers they didn’t know how they’d vote.
That compares to 8.3 per cent of Albertans in 2011, an election year.
Conservatives are strongest in Calgary, the survey confirms, with
56.3 per cent of the decided voters. They’re weakest in
Edmonton, at 41 per cent of those who’ve made up their minds.
Federal Liberals are second in Edmonton (25 per cent) and Calgary
(21.8) while New Democrats are also competitive in Edmonton with
18 per cent of committed voters. If an opposition party’s
support is focused in a particular constituency, Ellis adds, an
upset is possible.
With several longtime Conservative MPs retiring, he points out,
some Alberta ridings could prove interesting during next year’s
election campaign.
One of those seats is Edmonton Centre, Ellis says.
“Anne McLellan held it for four termsâ€? for the Liberals, and
became deputy prime minister for Paul Martin.
Hopefully that means today Prentice , Smith and Notley score 0/4
in the byelections!
Well, they scored 4/4 in the btelections. Perhaps all of the PC
haters should STFU for a bit now.
A Harper win for now.
And your next prediction is..........................?
Look to Ontario and Quebec to see who makes the majority government.
And your prediction was?
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2014-10-30 19:56:44 UTC
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A Harper win for now.
Look again, 'doctor':
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One Year Out: A New Normal with Considerable Room for Further Change

[Ottawa – October 19, 2014] It is exactly one year to the day until the 2015
election and the country remains in a funk, with unusually poor ratings of both
national and federal government direction. Outside of the diminished
Conservative base, the vast majority think both the country and the federal
government are moving in the wrong direction. While our most recent poll has
shown a slight uptick in federal direction, is not meaningful and the
Conservative Party remains mired at 26 points in vote intention.

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2014-10-30 19:54:08 UTC
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Well, they scored 4/4 in the btelections. Perhaps all of the PC
haters should STFU for a bit now.
Only if you rightwing gasbags stuff a rag in it when the polls show the
Liberals and NDP gaining in the polls. ヽ(´ー`)ノ
Barry Bruyea
2014-10-31 09:42:10 UTC
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Well, they scored 4/4 in the btelections. Perhaps all of the PC
haters should STFU for a bit now.
Only if you rightwing gasbags stuff a rag in it when the polls show the
Liberals and NDP gaining in the polls. ?(´??)?
So what? They lost.
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2014-10-31 18:26:38 UTC
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Well, they scored 4/4 in the btelections. Perhaps all of the PC
haters should STFU for a bit now.
Only if you rightwing gasbags stuff a rag in it when the polls
show the Liberals and NDP gaining in the polls. ?(Ž??)?
So what? They lost.
Precisely. Polls mean little. Votes do and the PC got the votes.
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2014-10-31 20:31:51 UTC
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Precisely. Polls mean little. Votes do and the PC got the votes.
If polls "mean little", why have your Harper Cons spent record levels of tax
dollars on them?

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