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Topic - John Wright
Crews started pumping cement Friday deep under the seafloor to permanently plug BP's blown-out well in the Gulf of Mexico.
After five months, the oil well that had spewed millions of gallons into the Gulf of Mexico is on the verge of being plugged once and for all.
"If the turnout continues the way it is, and the Liberal vote is suppressed, [Mr. Harper] has got at least a 15-seat majority right now," Mr. Wright told Reuters on Monday.
"It's the left. The left is all splitting … it's all fighting over there whereas the Conservative vote is kind of standing still," said John Wright of polling firm Ipsos Reid.