Canada votes 2019 results

Oct 22 2019 – Kevin Yaworski – Concerned Citizen

Here is how Canada’s federal election would have looked based on one proposed proportional representation model. Does the current first past the post model look fair to you?

The Liberal party promised during the 2015 election to reform it but reneged after a weak and misleading public consultation process. They said it would be very difficult and there wasn’t enough support to change it. Was it just a vote getting tactic?

https://www.fairvote.ca/2019/10/22/first-past-the-post-cheats-voters/

The Greens and the Bloc gained the most support since last election based on % of the vote at least.

With nearly 69% voter turnout average and in MB. This is much higher than the last MB Provincial election (55%) and Winnipeg Civic election (42%). Still concerning that over 120,000 votes declined or rejected.

Election Results including raw data.
https://enr.elections.ca/National.aspx?lang=e

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=rep/off/42gedata&document=index&lang=e

Also here is some responses by the parties from questions the MMF asked them. Apparently only the Conservatives didn’t respond. If this true and they were not focused on these issues and Indigenous Canadians it could be a large part of why they didn’t get more votes and seats.

http://mmf.mb.ca/elections_federalpromises_2019.php

Raw Data for Ballots per province. to Open image for link to xlsx file.

About Kevin Yaworski

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