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Acadie – Bathurst (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 :13001
Census Population :77,792
 
Redistribution Info [ ? ]Pct
From:
Acadie – Bathurst (1996)100%
To:
Acadie—Bathurst (2013)100%


ElectionCens.
Pop.
$pend
Limit
ElectorsVoted % TO ContestPct
Mrg
Raw
Mrg
Num
Polls
Per
Poll
Mrg
1-3
Mrg
1-4
2011 GE77,792 $82,557 66,298 46,609 70.3% NDP-Cons53.5% 24,611 243 101.3 55.6%  
2008 GE78,948 $80,066 66,509 45,441 68.3% NDP-Lib35.6% 15,999 241 66.4 39.0% 55.5% 
2006 GE82,929 $74,710 67,608 51,015 75.5% NDP-Lib19.2% 9,691 238 40.7 33.0% 48.5% 
2004 GE76,392 $71,582 63,603 44,762 70.4% NDP-Lib21.3% 9,405 210 44.8 43.0% 51.5% 
2000 Tr76,392  62,772 46,047 73.4% NDP-Lib6.2% 2,877   38.2% 42.3% 

  

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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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