Map: Poll-by-poll data shows dividing lines in mayoral race, Portage and Main vote

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Re-elected Mayor Brian Bowman's support came from across the city, while Jenny Motkaluk won many polling areas in north Winnipeg, unofficial polling data released by the city shows.

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Re-elected Mayor Brian Bowman’s support came from across the city, while Jenny Motkaluk won many polling areas in north Winnipeg, unofficial polling data released by the city shows.

Without surprise, support for opening Portage and Main to pedestrians mainly came from core areas — and one polling area in Waverley West.

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