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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT ELECTION 2022 €1.00 THURSDAY • 24 MARCH 2022 • ISSUE 784 • ELECTION EDITION Abela and Grech face off on TV District by district JAMES DEBONO's analysis PG12-13 PAGES 4 & 5 A gap determined by the undecided Analysing the survey data PG 8 Election myth-busters: true or false? PAGE 7 Labour reaches last day of electoral campaign with 26,798-vote lead PL 53.3% - 164,935 votes PN 44.7% - 138,137 votes SMALL PARTIES 2% - 6,190 votes Gap PL-PN 8.6% - 26,798 votes 2,887 respondents (21/2/22 - 23/3/22) est. margin of error 1.8% • confidence 95% overall EXTRAPOLATED RESULT MALTATODAY SURVEY A gap determined by the undecided PG 8 KURT SANSONE & JAMES DEBONO ROBERT Abela enjoyed the upper hand in his first televised debate with Bernard Grech, although this is unlikely to be an election game changer. The Labour leader arrived late for the debate that was recorded at TVM on Wednesday morning, leaving his rival wait- ing nervously inside the studio for around 20 minutes. Abela joked about his lateness, saying he was studying the Nationalist Party's mani- festo costings that had just been published in a statement. Robert Abela vs Bernard Grech: PL and PN leaders meet in televised debate

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