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With just three months until Lebanon's parliamentary elections, CEO at Statistics Lebanon Rabih Haber told The Daily Star that he expected previously unrepresented small groups to gain ground thanks to the new proportional representation vote law ratified last year.But Haber, who has been conducting opinion polls for more than a decade, warned that there was still a chance the May 6 elections – the first since 2009 – would be postponed.Leading politicians including President Michel Aoun and Speaker Nabih Berri have repeatedly insisted that elections would go ahead.Haber said that he started conducting opinion polls for the upcoming election last year, after adapting his methods.
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