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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

British Columbia - predictions

Seems I have established that I am far too slow a typist. Ah well. Finishing the transcribing for the records' sake. Quick bird's eye estimate, in case I don't get to the slightly-more-detailed riding-by-riding analysis. Commentary forthcoming for all races, just as soon as I find time to transcribe it!

Abbotsford - Conservative (55-60%)
British Columbia South Interior - NDP (65-70%)
Burnaby - Douglas - NDP (35-40%)
Burnaby - New Westminster - NDP (35-40%)
Cariboo - Prince George - Conservative (45-50%)
Chilliwack - Fraser Canyon - Conservative (50-55%)
Delta - Richmond East - Conservative (45-50%)
Esquimault - Juan de Fuca - Liberal (35-40%)
Fleetwood - Port Kells - Conservative (30-35%)
Kamloops - Thompson - Cariboo - Conservative (35-40%)
Kelowna - Lake Country - Conservative (40-45%)
Kootenay - Columbia - Conservative (50-55%)
Langley - Conservative (45-50%)
Nanaimo - Alberni - Conservative (35-40%)
Newton - North Delta - Conservative (35-40%)
New Westminster - Coquitlam - NDP (30-35%, Conservative recount)
North Vancouver - Liberal (40-45%)
Okenagan - Coquihalla - Conservative (45-50%)
Okenagan - Shuswap - Conservative (40-45%)
Pitt Meadows - Maple Ridge - Conservative (35-40%)
Port Moody - Port Coquitlam - Conservative (45-50%)
Prince George - Peace River - Conservative (55-60%)
Richmond - Liberal (45-50%)
Saanich - Gulf Islands - Conservative (30-35% ... BUT real possibility of a Green seat)
Skeena - Bulkley Valley - NDP (40-45%)
South Surrey - White Rock - Conservative (40-45%)
Surrey North - NDP (40-45%)
Vancouver Centre - NDP (35-40%)
Vancouver East - NDP (50-55%)
Vancouver Island North - NDP (35-40%)
Vancouver Kingsway - NDP (35-40%)
Vancouver Quadra - Liberal (50-55%)
Vancouver South - Liberal (45-50%)
Victoria - NDP (35-40%)
West Vancouver - Sunshine Coast - Liberal (35-40%)

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