Canadians, especially QUEBEC VOTERS: What is your choice in tomorrow's election?

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    Sep 03, 2012 2:11 PM GMT
    During my past week in Montreal, I asked everyone I met about their choice.

    One interesting subset of voters, MALE STRIPPERS, seemed divided equally between the Coalition Avenir Quebec....and the Parti Quebecois.

    The 'broader spectrum' informal poll included good support for the Liberals..........and I met a few, generally very young, enthusiasts for the Option Nationale.

    WHICH PARTY will you choose.......or would you choose if you could vote in Quebec on Tuesday?
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    Sep 03, 2012 11:08 PM GMT
    ANY Canadians or Canadiens in the house???
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    Sep 05, 2012 12:20 AM GMT
    Quebec election results
    Polls closed at 8 p.m. ET Tuesday
    Results will be updated throughout the night

    Liberals: Leading in 7 ridings (34% of the vote)
    Parti Québécois: Leading in 7 (30%)
    CAQ: Leading in 2 (27%)
    Québec Solidaire: Leading in 0 (5%)
    Option nationale: Leading in 0 (1%)

    THESE RESULTS ARE LIKELY TO CHANGE IN FAVOR OF THE PARTI QUEBECOIS in the next few hours.


    Quebec voters headed to the polls Tuesday in what could be a historic election for both the province and Canada.

    Polls ahead of the vote showed the pro-independence Parti Québécois as the favourite after nine years in opposition.

    The sovereigntist party has led in surveys throughout the campaign with its support pegged in the low-30s, leaving open the question of whether a majority government is within reach.
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    Sep 05, 2012 1:41 AM GMT
    CBC has called it for Marois' PQ

    leading/ elected in 40 ridings so far

    Libs in 35
    CAQ in 11



    PQ minority.