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Toronto – Danforth (2003 Rep Order)

NOTE: This is a historic riding. To view a current riding, please select one of the ridings related by Redistribution, below.


Chart:
Representation Order :2003
Federal Electoral District code :35094
Census Population :104,017
 
Redistribution Info [ ? ]Pct
From:
Toronto – Danforth (1996)94%
Beaches – East York (1996)6%
To:
Toronto—Danforth (2013)100%


ElectionCens.
Pop.
$pend
Limit
ElectorsVoted % TO ContestPct
Mrg
Raw
Mrg
Num
Polls
Per
Poll
Mrg
1-3
Mrg
1-4
2012 By104 $86,822 75,111 32,469 43.2% NDP-Lib30.9% 9,995 194 51.5 54.1% 54.7% 
2011 GE104,017 $84,622 74,409 48,370 65.0% NDP-Lib43.2% 20,763 193 107.6 46.5% 54.3% 
2008 GE103,655 $82,497 74,826 45,578 60.9% NDP-Lib15.4% 6,987 193 36.2 31.6% 33.1% 
2006 GE109,713 $76,420 74,862 50,657 67.7% NDP-Lib14.2% 7,156 195 36.7 38.5% 41.3% 
2004 GE109,713 $75,272 75,151 48,169 64.1% NDP-Lib5.0% 2,395 193 12.4 40.1% 41.0% 
2000 Tr109,713  72,039 40,582 56.3% Lib-NDP24.4% 9,883   43.9% 44.3% 

  

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At present, only the latest results for the riding are showing (i.e., 2011 GE or 2009 By [2010 By in progress], as appropriate, for the 2003 representation order ridings, or the 2000 GE or last by-election for the 1996 rep order ones), but I'm working on adding others.

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