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« Reply #850 on: May 24, 2011, 01:26:09 AM »

This was a historic election.  With the decimation of the Liberals, Canada does indeed seem likely headed towards a social democratic-conservative polarization like that in the UK and Western Europe.  This was of course a long-time goal of the NDP: they were very much inspired by the Labour Party.  And Harper has indeed united the right side of the spectrum - Reform, PC and "blue Liberals."  Whatever reservations there were from "socially liberal and fiscally conservative" business types about Harper seems to have evaporated.
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« Reply #851 on: May 24, 2011, 07:10:55 AM »

This was a historic election.  With the decimation of the Liberals, Canada does indeed seem likely headed towards a social democratic-conservative polarization like that in the UK and Western Europe.  This was of course a long-time goal of the NDP: they were very much inspired by the Labour Party.  And Harper has indeed united the right side of the spectrum - Reform, PC and "blue Liberals."  Whatever reservations there were from "socially liberal and fiscally conservative" business types about Harper seems to have evaporated.

British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba also have similiar polarization at the provincial level.  I suspect both parties wanted this as the Tories have a better chance of winning against the NDP than Liberals thus if Harper's goal was to make the Tories the natural governing party this would make it easier.  Likewise, if the Liberals are gone, the NDP can win at least sometimes.
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« Reply #852 on: May 24, 2011, 09:29:12 AM »

The Liberals were, generally, able to keep "English Canada" and Quebec happy at the same time - that is, outside the West. Given the current CPC dominance on the Prairies (3 opposition seats out of 56 total) I don't think that the threat of "losing the west" is a serious concern for the NDP.

What about BC? Or is that not what you think of when talking about the "West"?

BC is very different, or at least urban/coastal BC is. And the opposition only has two seats (Skeena and Southern Interior) in rural BC. Western Alienation really only applies to rural western Canada--even Calgary doesn't really qualify, although it is Conservative for other reasons. Historically the rural West was competitive, but these days it isn't, and the NDP or Liberals don't need to win anything in the rural West to win nationally.
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« Reply #853 on: May 24, 2011, 09:32:38 AM »

Its worth noting that for all the talk about so-called "vote splitting" and about this mythical "progressive vote" in western Canada - when provincial Liberal parties vanished in BC (the party called BC Liberal is really Social Credit) and Sask. and Manitoba - their people tended to join with rightwing conservatives to create a non-NDP party. Make no mistake about it - if Harper had fallen short of a majority - the Liberals under Ignatieff would have quickly pulled a Nick Clegg and propped up Harper indefinitely. Of course the Liberals would also have promptly fallen into single digits - but so what - the Liberal Party would rather see Harper rule for the next 50 years than ever see the NDP in power.

I think the remnants of the Liberal party should just do what comes naturally and merge with the Tories and create a new Liberal-Conservative party.
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« Reply #854 on: May 24, 2011, 09:33:24 AM »

By 'historically' you of course mean 'until the late 1950s, with a handful of exceptions'.
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« Reply #855 on: May 24, 2011, 03:21:50 PM »

Its worth noting that for all the talk about so-called "vote splitting" and about this mythical "progressive vote" in western Canada - when provincial Liberal parties vanished in BC (the party called BC Liberal is really Social Credit) and Sask. and Manitoba - their people tended to join with rightwing conservatives to create a non-NDP party. Make no mistake about it - if Harper had fallen short of a majority - the Liberals under Ignatieff would have quickly pulled a Nick Clegg and propped up Harper indefinitely. Of course the Liberals would also have promptly fallen into single digits - but so what - the Liberal Party would rather see Harper rule for the next 50 years than ever see the NDP in power.

I think the remnants of the Liberal party should just do what comes naturally and merge with the Tories and create a new Liberal-Conservative party.

But wouldn't just supporting a (presumably reduced) Conservative government fatally damage what remains of their national support? The Liberal Party campaigned almost entirely by slamming Harper and presenting themselves as the only alternative (until another alternative rocketed overnight).

I suspect they will have salvage some face and offer to form a formal "grand coalition" but only after demanding that Harper leave as party leader with the implicit understanding that his successor be formed out of a real contest and not by backroom deal. That way they could credibly claim to have removed Harper from power and anyways discontent within Conservative Party ranks would have created a serious threat to him.

By making such an offer the Liberals would have, minimum, created a media frenzy about divisions in the Conservative caucus and whether or not Harper still has grassroots party support to remain as party leader. This would quite likely be self-fulfilling, taking attention off the Liberals' own dreadful situation and perhaps undoing the entire "Unite the Right" movement. It would have been amusing to think that only the NDP would not be embroiled in intra-party warfare or dilemmas about whether it should continue existing.

But enough fantasising...
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« Reply #856 on: May 24, 2011, 04:33:18 PM »

But wouldn't just supporting a (presumably reduced) Conservative government fatally damage what remains of their national support? The Liberal Party campaigned almost entirely by slamming Harper and presenting themselves as the only alternative (until another alternative rocketed overnight).

Ignatieff could have PM in 2009, but instead continued to prop up Harper.  If the Conservatives had been reduced to another minority, I think it's pretty clear the Liberals would rather prop up Harper than play second fiddle to the NDP.
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« Reply #857 on: May 24, 2011, 07:46:13 PM »
« Edited: May 24, 2011, 07:51:36 PM by adma »

I agree on Etobicoke North, but I would be careful about Etobicoke-Lakeshore.  Although it may have gone NDP in the past, it went PC in 1984 and 1988 when Patrick Boyer held the riding and I believe the Liberals came in second both times.  

Actually, not 1988--but that was an exceptional circumstance: the Liberal candidate withdrew under a cloud at the last minute, too late for a new candidate to be fielded.  As a result, it became a straight PC-vs-NDP race which Boyer won by a narrow margin--but the NDP got, by default, their highest Toronto share, as did the Libertarians and the "rejected"!  (Well, not *entirely* by default; besides the 70s representation, most of the seat was provincially held by Ruth Grier at the time, so the NDP had enough of a competitive gloss going into that election that compensated for the Liberals' absence.)

I'd be careful, too, but in both directions, and it all depends on how the NDP "establishes" itself over the next few years--in the end, any breakthrough here might have less to do with the now-decimated 70s-style "working class" than with a little Millerite Parkdale-High Park yupscale energy spilling over the Humber.  Or other factors--after all, a "validated" NDP could, with the right candidates and campaigns, wind up making critical breakthroughs in parts of Brampton/Mississauga that aren't Bramalea-Gore-Malton.  Remember that there may be a pool of "latent/potential" 905ish NDP support that was still suppressed this past election, due to uncertainty about an untested brand and untested local candidates and maybe residual memories of 1990...
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« Reply #858 on: May 25, 2011, 12:19:19 AM »

YOu're quite right adma. There are factories and working class voters all over 905 - its just that up until now the NDP has been totally out of the picture and has not run serious campaigns with serious candidates. Its quite possible that in the next election the NDP will target a few seats in 905 beyond Oshawa and B-G-M and try to scoop up the last vestiges of the Liberal vote.   
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« Reply #859 on: May 25, 2011, 01:12:32 AM »

What about Quebec? Will the Bloc Quebecois believe they have no purpose in the federal sphere and disband, or will they think they can regain their status as Quebec's protest party? If the former occurs, Quebec could become as safe NDP as the prairies are safe Alliance/CPC. If the latter, which parts of Quebec would the Bloc try to regain seats?

And are the charges that the NDP is now beholden to Quebec now that over half of its caucus is from there true or not?
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« Reply #860 on: May 25, 2011, 09:29:54 AM »


And are the charges that the NDP is now beholden to Quebec now that over half of its caucus is from there true or not?

It goes without saying that all parties tend to be more sensitive to the needs of the regions of the country where the bulk of their support comes from. The NDP will inevitably be more "beholden" to the following: Quebecers, women, younger people, visible minorities, people with lower incomes, people who work in the public sector, union members etc... The Tories on the other hand are "beholden" to the following: Albertans, rural people, older men, rich people, evangelical Christians, Bay St.

Tell me something i didn't already know. Quebecers tend to have very leftwing view son most issues. All the NDP has to do to "represent" Quebec in Parliament is to keep on being itself!
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« Reply #861 on: May 25, 2011, 05:59:29 PM »


And are the charges that the NDP is now beholden to Quebec now that over half of its caucus is from there true or not?

It goes without saying that all parties tend to be more sensitive to the needs of the regions of the country where the bulk of their support comes from. The NDP will inevitably be more "beholden" to the following: Quebecers, women, younger people, visible minorities, people with lower incomes, people who work in the public sector, union members etc... The Tories on the other hand are "beholden" to the following: Albertans, rural people, older men, rich people, evangelical Christians, Bay St.

Tell me something i didn't already know. Quebecers tend to have very leftwing view son most issues. All the NDP has to do to "represent" Quebec in Parliament is to keep on being itself!

Partially true although a successful party use triangulation.  The Tories would throw a bone to their base every now and then, but much of their focus was on the swing voters who might vote Tory but weren't a lock.  By contrast the Liberals spent too much time focusing on their base and not enough on the swing voters thus why they continued to decline.  The Tories off course ignored those who would never vote them.  If the NDP is to succeed, they need to use a similiar strategy although from the opposite side of the spectrum.  While Quebec is more left wing than the rest of Canada, it doesn't always vote for left wing parties.  The ADQ who were pretty right wing nearly won in 2007 and back in 1984 and 1988, Quebec went for the Mulroney PCs who were centre-right so I think the success of the NDP was due a to a cominbation of liking Jack Layton personally and the dissatisfaction with the alternatives.  I think either the Tories or Liberals could win big in Quebec if they had a leader who was well liked there and had policies that were popular.  I don't think Quebec as that much more left wing than the 80s.  Compared to the 50s when the Union Nationale won, yes and it is true more of those voters were still alive in the 80s, but Quebec swung hard to the left in the 60s and has been so since then.  The only change is some of the holdouts have died off thus causing the right wing base to dwindle.  Also the right wing in Quebec today is more libertarian whereas in the 60s they were mostly socially conservative Catholics.  Off course both were in a minority in their time and not large enough to win more than a handful of seats outside their core constituencies.
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« Reply #862 on: May 25, 2011, 10:27:40 PM »

Believe it or not, some of the Quebec Tory MPs of the 80s were quite left wing. Look at current BQ MP Louis Plamondon who got his start with the Tories of the 80s.
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« Reply #863 on: May 25, 2011, 11:29:52 PM »

Believe it or not, some of the Quebec Tory MPs of the 80s were quite left wing. Look at current BQ MP Louis Plamondon who got his start with the Tories of the 80s.
  Its true a lot of the nationalist who supported Mulroney were on the left, although some were on the right too i.e. Jean-Pierre Blackburn (who was a Harper cabinet minister until recently), Pierrette Venne (was kicked out of the BQ and generally at odds with the party), and Nic Leblanc (ran for the BQ in 1993, switched to the Canadian Alliance in 2000).  In fact that was part of the reason the Mulroney coalition imploded so spectacularly in 1993 as there was no way you could hold together a coalition that diverse.  One that spreads from Blue Liberals to Reformers is possible, but not Left wing Nationalist in the same caucus as your Western libertarians and social conservatives.  In addition back in the early days, not all Bloc MPs were on the left.  Under Bouchard they were more of a sovereigntists party than a left wing one.  It was more under Duceppe that they moved to the left. 
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« Reply #864 on: May 26, 2011, 12:40:27 AM »

Believe it or not, some of the Quebec Tory MPs of the 80s were quite left wing. Look at current BQ MP Louis Plamondon who got his start with the Tories of the 80s.

No. I don't think so.
Louis Plamondon is on the right-wing of the BQ, I think.

As the former right-wing Bloc MPs, I can cite Pierre Brien, MP for Témiscamingue for 1993 to 2003, when he resigned to run for the ADQ in Rouyn-Noranda--Témiscamingue, before leaving in 2008, because he thought than ADQ was a dead end.

He was hired as a special councillor to Christian Paradis, the "leader" of Quebec CPC in 2009, and resigned after three months.

He returned to BQ and PQ after that and recently wrote in the newspapers than the only solution, no matter if we are on the left or on the right is BQ/PQ, because Ontario is ruling all Canada, in short.
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« Reply #865 on: May 26, 2011, 10:31:54 AM »

Believe it or not, some of the Quebec Tory MPs of the 80s were quite left wing. Look at current BQ MP Louis Plamondon who got his start with the Tories of the 80s.

No. I don't think so.
Louis Plamondon is on the right-wing of the BQ, I think.

As the former right-wing Bloc MPs, I can cite Pierre Brien, MP for Témiscamingue for 1993 to 2003, when he resigned to run for the ADQ in Rouyn-Noranda--Témiscamingue, before leaving in 2008, because he thought than ADQ was a dead end.

He was hired as a special councillor to Christian Paradis, the "leader" of Quebec CPC in 2009, and resigned after three months.

He returned to BQ and PQ after that and recently wrote in the newspapers than the only solution, no matter if we are on the left or on the right is BQ/PQ, because Ontario is ruling all Canada, in short.

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Anyways, the NDP shadow cabinet is being announced, and our first post-election poll!

http://abacusdata.ca/2011/05/26/federal-vote-intentions-cpc-40-ndp-33-lpc-16/

Cons: 40
NDP: 33 Cheesy
Lib: 16
BQ: 6
Grn: 5

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« Reply #866 on: May 26, 2011, 04:41:16 PM »

Says NDP are at 31% in Ontario whereas Liberals are at 20%... wait, this doesn't really matter, the election is in 4 years. Tongue Maybe some of that will spill over into the provincial election in the fall, but whatever. *shrug*
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« Reply #867 on: May 26, 2011, 08:33:19 PM »

04-06-08-11 (excluding byelections): Maritimes

AVALON *
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GP 1659 (1.20)
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162775
 
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GP 6395 (3.76)
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ML 126 (.07)
170159
 
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185193
 
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170779
 
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GP 6184 (3.91)
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158026
 
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149892
 
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Ind 219 (.12)
185675
 
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Ind 198 (.11)
CAP 168 (.10)
176203
 
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139286
 
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« Reply #868 on: May 26, 2011, 08:34:52 PM »

04-06-08-11: Quebec (A-L)

ABITIBI-BAIE JAMES-NUNAVIK-EEYOU
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215886
 
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197106
 
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GP 5739 (2.78)
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NDP 35393 (16.35)
GP 6046 (2.79)
MP 480 (.22)
216469
 
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Con 58636 (29.75)
NDP 36105 (18.32)
Lib 26987 (13.69)
GP 5895 (2.99)
Ind 610 (.31)
MP 585 (.30)
ML 356 (.18)
CHP 124 (.06)
197088
 
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Con 42475 (19.83)
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NDP 33060 (15.44)
GP 6126 (2.86)
Rhi 373 (.17)
214168
 
BOURASSA
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BQ 45821 (28.14)
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Con 17815 (10.94)
GP 3809 (2.34)
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MP 403 (.25)
162833
 
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NDP 30937 (15.85)
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GP 6636 (3.40)
PC 1921 (.98)
Ind 354 (.18)
195166
 
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BQ 72953 (31.57)
NDP 39586 (17.13)
Con 31724 (13.73)
GP 5939 (2.57)
ML 486 (.21)
231112
 
CHAMBLY-BORDUAS
BQ 118568 (47.41)
NDP 46437 (18.57)
Lib 36441 (14.57)
Con 31911 (12.76)
GP 8893 (3.56)
Ind 7843 (3.14)
250093
 
CHARLESBOURG-HAUTE-SAINT-CHARLES **
BQ 66254 (33.19)
Con 64498 (32.31)
NDP 35380 (17.73)
Lib 26819 (13.44)
GP 4513 (2.26)
Ind 1567 (.79)
MP 376 (.19)
CHP 189 (.09)
199596
 
CHATEAUGAY-SAINT-CONSTANT
BQ 97654 (44.94)
NDP 41986 (19.32)
Lib 40852 (18.80)
Con 29704 (13.67)
GP 6942 (3.19)
ML 162 (.07)
217300
 
CHICOUTIMI-LE FJORD
BQ 74288 (38.24)
Con 44295 (22.80)
Lib 43645 (22.47)
NDP 27442 (14.13)
GP 4237 (2.18)
Rhi 340 (.18)
194247
 
COMPTON-STANSTEAD
BQ 75277 (39.04)
Lib 43956 (22.79)
NDP 34130 (17.70)
Con 32147 (16.67)
GP 7326 (3.80)
192836
 
DRUMMOND
BQ 74268 (41.19)
Con 36302 (20.13)
NDP 35564 (19.72)
Lib 28704 (15.92)
GP 5470 (3.03)
180308
 
GASPESIE-ILES-DE-LA-MADELEINE
BQ 65410 (42.68)
Lib 35930 (23.45)
Con 30609 (19.97)
NDP 17006 (11.10)
GP 4292 (2.80)
153247
 
GATINEAU ** **
BQ 63269 (30.35)
Lib 57192 (27.43)
NDP 56838 (27.26)
Con 25769 (12.36)
GP 4839 (2.32)
MP 453 (.22)
ML 125 (.06)
208485
 
HAUTE-GASPESIE-LA MITIS-MATANE-MATAPEDIA
BQ 58216 (43.84)
Lib 34448 (25.94)
Con 23153 (17.44)
NDP 12678 (9.55)
GP 3341 (2.52)
Ind 778 (.59)
Ind 175 (.13)
132789
 
HOCHELAGA
BQ 90217 (49.11)
NDP 35525 (19.34)
Lib 34150 (18.59)
Con 14800 (8.06)
GP 6340 (3.45)
MP 997 (.54)
ML 652 (.35)
Com 554 (.30)
Rhi 476 (.26)
183711
 
HONORE-MERCIER *
Lib 78030 (39.59)
BQ 60146 (30.52)
NDP 27695 (14.05)
Con 25395 (12.88)
GP 4504 (2.29)
MP 626 (.32)
ML 517 (.26)
Rhi 181 (.09)
197094
 
HULL-AYLMER **
Lib 69512 (32.47)
NDP 59691 (27.88)
BQ 48058 (22.45)
Con 27301 (12.75)
GP 9157 (4.28)
ML 344 (.16)
214063
 
JEANNE-LE BER **
BQ 68686 (34.83)
Lib 61779 (31.33)
NDP 38782 (19.67)
Con 18647 (9.46)
GP 7943 (4.03)
Ind 577 (.29)
MP 520 (.26)
ML 269 (.14)
197203
 
JOLIETTE
BQ 106135 (50.08)
NDP 37129 (17.52)
Con 32364 (15.27)
Lib 27534 (12.99)
GP 8048 (3.80)
MP 701 (.33)
211911
 
JONQUIERE-ALMA **
Con 74687 (37.03)
BQ 74351 (36.87)
NDP 28964 (14.36)
Lib 18564 (9.20)
Ind 2737 (1.36)
GP 2259 (1.12)
Com 121 (.06)
201683
 
LAC-SAINT-LOUIS
Lib 100009 (47.88)
Con 47725 (22.85)
NDP 33849 (16.20)
BQ 13812 (6.61)
GP 12919 (6.18)
MP 578 (.28)
208892
 
LA POINTE-DE-L'ILE
BQ 101532 (53.79)
NDP 34166 (18.10)
Lib 29220 (15.48)
Con 18206 (9.65)
GP 4968 (2.63)
ML 390 (.21)
Rhi 261 (.14)
188743
 
LA SALLE-EMARD
Lib 76955 (43.47)
BQ 44037 (24.88)
NDP 28113 (15.88)
Con 20583 (11.63)
GP 5037 (2.85)
ML 794 (.45)
Ind 674 (.38)
MP 349 (.20)
Ind 281 (.16)
Rhi 208 (.12)
177031
 
LAURENTIDES-LABELLE
BQ 99647 (47.20)
Lib 43387 (20.55)
NDP 34398 (16.29)
Con 25713 (12.18)
GP 7841 (3.71)
ML 149 (.07)
211135
 
LAURIER-SAINTE-MARIE
BQ 97595 (50.08)
NDP 45526 (23.36)
Lib 28323 (14.53)
GP 12101 (6.21)
Con 8432 (4.33)
MP 910 (.47)
Rhi 845 (.43)
ML 486 (.25)
Com 323 (.17)
Ind 157 (.08)
Ind 93 (.05)
Ind 73 (.04)
194864
 
LAVAL
BQ 77109 (38.59)
Lib 53949 (27.00)
NDP 34384 (17.21)
Con 27818 (13.92)
GP 5624 (2.81)
MP 492 (.25)
ML 445 (.22)
199821
 
LAVAL-LES ILES
Lib 77545 (36.84)
BQ 55732 (26.48)
NDP 37846 (17.98)
Con 32157 (15.28)
GP 5453 (2.59)
ML 559 (.27)
MP 498 (.24)
Pir 369 (.18)
Rhi 336 (.16)
210495
 
LEVIS-BELLECHASSE
Con 86000 (39.42)
BQ 60657 (27.80)
NDP 30246 (13.86)
Lib 29796 (13.66)
GP 6938 (3.18)
Ind 4275 (1.96)
Com 163 (.07)
ML 113 (.05)
218188
 
LONGUEUIL-PIERRE-BOUCHER
BQ 94197 (47.01)
NDP 40925 (20.42)
Lib 34864 (17.40)
Con 23234 (11.59)
GP 6042 (3.02)
MP 798 (.40)
ML 331 (.17)
200391
 
LOTBINIERE-CHUTES-DE-LA-CHAUDIERE
Con 85819 (42.04)
BQ 56766 (27.81)
NDP 34131 (16.72)
Lib 21629 (10.60)
GP 5794 (2.84)
204139
 
LOUIS-HEBERT *
BQ 79804 (34.22)
Con 57394 (24.61)
Lib 49630 (21.28)
NDP 37239 (15.97)
GP 7058 (3.03)
Ind 1147 (.49)
Ind 565 (.24)
CHP 378 (.16)
233215
 
LOUIS-SAINT-LAURENT
Con 87590 (43.48)
BQ 50723 (25.18)
NDP 32098 (15.93)
Lib 23529 (11.68)
GP 4828 (2.40)
Ind 1498 (.74)
Ind 563 (.28)
Ind 332 (.16)
CHP 175 (.09)
Com 119 (.06)
201455
 
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« Reply #869 on: May 26, 2011, 08:35:34 PM »

04-06-08-11: Quebec (M-W)

MANICOUAGAN
BQ 63408 (47.49)
NDP 25946 (19.43)
Con 20763 (15.55)
Lib 19930 (14.93)
GP 3278 (2.46)
Ind 195 (.15) 
133520
 
MARC-AURELE-FORTIN
BQ 99439 (44.96)
Lib 43661 (19.74)
NDP 42194 (19.08)
Con 27750 (12.55)
GP 8131 (3.68)
221175
 
MEGANTIC-L'ERABLE *
Con 71094 (39.66)
BQ 54438 (30.37)
Lib 29476 (16.44)
NDP 19351 (10.80)
GP 4637 (2.59)
CAP 250 (.14)
179246
 
MONTCALM
BQ 122486 (53.34)
NDP 48068 (20.93)
Con 26863 (11.70)
Lib 24448 (10.65)
GP 7761 (3.38)
229626
 
MONTMAGNY-L'ISLET-KAMOURASKA-RIVIERE-DU-LOUP
BQ 79488 (43.58)
Con 46485 (25.49)
Lib 29168 (15.99)
NDP 22696 (12.44)
GP 4399 (2.41)
CHP 147 (.08)
182383
 
MONTMORENCY-CHARLEVOIX-HAUTE-COTE-NORD
BQ 85113 (48.04)
Con 41267 (23.29)
NDP 24884 (14.05)
Lib 20984 (11.84)
GP 4910 (2.77)
177158
 
MOUNT ROYAL
Lib 88771 (59.46)
Con 33459 (22.41)
NDP 14034 (9.40)
BQ 7427 (4.98)
GP 4717 (3.16)
ML 406 (.27)
MP 308 (.21)
Com 89 (.06)
NAF 74 (.05)
149285
 
NOTRE-DAME-DE-GRACE-LACHINE
Lib 77748 (43.34)
NDP 33552 (18.70)
BQ 30066 (16.76)
Con 26256 (14.64)
GP 10260 (5.72)
ML 514 (.29)
MP 479 (.27)
Ltn 317 (.18)
Ind 207 (.12)
179399
 
OUTREMONT **
Lib 51166 (33.22)
NDP 48620 (31.57)
BQ 32261 (20.94)
Con 14680 (9.53)
GP 6004 (3.90)
MP 452 (.29)
ML 208 (.14)
Rhi 160 (.10)
Com 143 (.09)
Ind 101 (.07)
PC 94 (.06)
Ind 85 (.05)
Ind 34 (.02)
Ind 22 (.01)
154030
 
PAPINEAU **
Lib 67830 (39.85)
BQ 61825 (36.32)
NDP 22797 (13.39)
Con 10874 (6.39)
GP 4649 (2.73)
ML 714 (.42)
MP 490 (.29)
Ind 267  (.16)
Com 252 (.15)
Ind 250 (.15)
CAP 185 (.11)
NAF 95 (.06)
170228
 
PIERREFONDS-DOLLARD
Lib 90089 (47.91)
Con 40739 (21.67)
NDP 27422 (14.58)
BQ 20076 (10.68)
GP 8917 (4.74)
MP 511 (.27)
ML 278 (.15)
188032
 
PONTIAC * * * *
Con 53392 (29.72)
Lib 43557 (24.25)
BQ 39856 (22.19)
NDP 36107 (20.10)
GP 6252 (3.48)
ML 475 (.26)
179639
 
PORTNEUF-JACQUES-CARTIER **
BQ 56711 (29.68)
Ind 49815 (26.07)
NDP 31590 (16.53)
Lib 25135 (13.15)
Con 20723 (10.84)
GP 6087 (3.19)
Ind 1039 (.54)
191100
 
QUEBEC
BQ 80966 (40.23)
Con 42546 (21.14)
NDP 35625 (17.70)
Lib 32305 (16.05)
GP 7212 (3.58)
Ind 813 (.40)
PC 520 (.26)
MP 512 (.25)
Ltn 325 (.16)
CHP 228 (.11)
ML 223 (.11)
201275
 
REPENTIGNY
BQ 121114 (53.21)
NDP 46847 (20.58)
Lib 27781 (12.21)
Con 25345 (11.14)
GP 5968 (2.62)
MP 539 (.24)
227594
 
RICHMOND-ARTHABASKA
BQ 92623 (45.51)
Con 49615 (24.38)
Lib 28413 (13.96)
NDP 25872 (12.71)
GP 6489 (3.19)
Ind 526 (.26)
203538
 
RIMOUSKI-NEIGETTE-TEMISCOUATA-LES BASQUES
BQ 72841 (44.56)
Lib 29453 (18.02)
NDP 29347 (17.95)
Con 26360 (16.13)
GP 3493 (2.14)
Ind 1966 (1.20)
163460
 
RIVIERE-DES-MILLE-ILES
BQ 92354 (46.82)
NDP 37357 (18.94)
Lib 31387 (15.91)
Con 28205 (14.30)
GP 7967 (4.04)
197270
 
RIVIERE-DU-NORD
BQ 98686 (50.81)
NDP 41473 (21.35)
Lib 24029 (12.37)
Con 23843 (12.27)
GP 5479 (2.82)
MP 459 (.24)
Ind 273 (.14)
194242
 
ROBERVAL-LAC-SAINT-JEAN *
BQ 61437 (40.71)
Con 51967 (34.44)
NDP 16848 (11.16)
Lib 16414 (10.88)
GP 4239 (2.81)
150905
 
ROSEMONT-LA-PETITE-PATRIE
BQ 105522 (50.43)
NDP 45933 (21.95)
Lib 34536 (16.51)
Con 12638 (6.04)
GP 8907 (4.26)
Rhi 736 (.35)
MP 419 (.20)
ML 310 (.15)
Com 145 (.07)
NIL 83 (.04)
209229
 
SAINT-BRUNO-SAINT-HUBERT
BQ 93710 (44.41)
Lib 43278 (20.51)
NDP 38127 (18.07)
Con 27652 (13.10)
GP 7267 (3.44)
MP 596 (.28)
Ind 387 (.18)
211017
 
SAINT-HYACINTHE-BAGOT
BQ 92997 (47.23)
NDP 37611 (19.10)
Con 35866 (18.22)
Lib 24875 (12.63)
GP 5549 (2.82)
196898
 
SAINT-JEAN
BQ 100084 (48.34)
NDP 35781 (17.28)
Lib 33229 (16.05)
Con 30256 (14.61)
GP 7155 (3.46)
Ind 520 (.25)
207025
 
SAINT-LAMBERT
BQ 70672 (39.56)
Lib 48277 (27.02)
NDP 30519 (17.08)
Con 23099 (12.93)
GP 5733 (3.21)
ML 341 (.19)
178641
 
SAINT-LAURENT-CARTIERVILLE
Lib 96340 (58.05)
Con 22319 (13.45)
NDP 21511 (12.96)
BQ 21045 (12.68)
GP 3542 (2.13)
ML 736 (.44)
MP 298 (.18)
CAP 84 (.05)
Com 78 (.05)
165953
 
SAINT-LEONARD-SAINT-MICHEL
Lib 86581 (55.48)
BQ 25166 (16.13)
NDP 21012 (13.46)
Con 18731 (12.00)
GP 3625 (2.32)
ML 813 (.52)
NAF 122 (.08)
156050
 
SAINT-MAURICE-CHAMPLAIN
BQ 81708 (43.14)
Con 39687 (20.95)
Lib 35357 (18.67)
NDP 27017 (14.26)
GP 5094 (2.69)
MP 547 (.29)
189410
 
SHEFFORD
BQ 78392 (38.60)
Lib 46433 (22.86)
NDP 37475 (18.45)
Con 34301 (16.89)
GP 6502 (3.20)
203103
 
SHERBROOKE
BQ 100602 (49.12)
Lib 37312 (18.22)
NDP 35200 (17.19)
Con 26020 (12.71)
GP 4641 (2.27)
Rhi 700 (.34)
Ind 315 (.15)
204790
 
TERREBONNE-BLAINVILLE
BQ 107451 (51.59)
NDP 41091 (19.73)
Lib 27454 (13.18)
Con 25308 (12.15)
GP 6703 (3.22)
Ind 283 (.14)
208290
 
TROIS-RIVIERES
BQ 82963 (42.55)
Con 38007 (19.49)
NDP 36934 (18.94)
Lib 30596 (15.69)
GP 5501 (2.82)
MP 371 (.19)
Ind 346 (.18)
Rhi 256 (.13)
194974
 
VAUDREUIL-SOLANGES
BQ 96425 (38.14)
Lib 61364 (24.27)
Con 43302 (17.13)
NDP 42118 (16.66)
GP 9042 (3.58)
MP 585 (.23)
252836
 
VERCHERES-LES PATRIOTES
BQ 111778 (52.52)
NDP 39010 (18.33)
Lib 28783 (13.52)
Con 26855 (12.62)
GP 5960 (2.80)
MP 463 (.22)
212849
 
WESTMOUNT-VILLE-MARIE
Lib 74608 (46.21)
NDP 34759 (21.53)
Con 24679 (15.29)
BQ 16209 (10.04)
GP 10119 (6.27)
MP 396 (.25)
ML 246 (.15)
Rhi 202 (.13)
Com 176 (.11)
Ind 47 (.03)
161441
 
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04-06-08-11: Ontario (A-K)

AJAX-PICKERING *
Lib 90586 (45.19)
Con 74926 (37.38)
NDP 24633 (12.29)
GP 9254 (4.62)
CHP 833 (.42)
Ltn 167 (.08)
UP 71 (.04)
200470
 
ALGOMA-MANITOULIN-KAPUSKASING *
NDP 58291 (40.76)
Lib 45204 (31.61)
Con 33955 (23.74)
GP 5055 (3.53)
FPNP 338 (.24)
Ind 164 (.11)
143007
 
ANCASTER-DUNDAS-FLAMBOROUGH-WESTDALE
Con 100202 (42.90)
Lib 73507 (31.47)
NDP 45521 (19.49)
GP 13515 (5.79)
ML 337 (.14)
Ind 303 (.13)
Ltn 170 (.07)
233555
 
BARRIE
Con 103985 (47.91)
Lib 65534 (30.19)
NDP 30535 (14.07)
GP 16350 (7.53)
Ltn 410 (.19)
ML 166 (.08)
CAP 77 (.04)
217057
 
BEACHES-EAST YORK **
Lib 77106 (39.93)
NDP 68196 (35.32)
Con 34815 (18.03)
GP 11862 (6.14)
ML 422 (.22)
MP 365 (.19)
PC 183 (.09)
Ind 80 (.04)
Com 62 (.03)
193091
 
BRAMALEA-GORE-MALTON *
Lib 84416 (42.57)
Con 67221 (33.90)
NDP 37669 (19.00)
GP 7852 (3.96)
ML 1150 (.58)
198308
 
BRAMPTON-SPRINGDALE **
Lib 74477 (40.48)
Con 68096 (37.01)
NDP 31643 (17.20)
GP 9222 (5.01)
Com 550 (.30)
183988
 
BRAMPTON WEST **
Lib 93116 (42.11)
Con 88948 (40.23)
NDP 29789 (13.47)
GP 8496 (3.84)
Ind 387 (.18)
Ind 371 (.17)
221107
 
BRANT *
Con 90068 (40.02)
Lib 71255 (31.66)
NDP 50221 (22.32)
GP 11139 (4.95)
CHP 1467 (.65)
Ind 586 (.26)
Ind 174 (.08)
Ind 138 (.06)
225048
 
BRUCE-GREY-OWEN SOUND
Con 99263 (49.33)
Lib 47297 (23.50)
GP 27005 (13.42)
NDP 26082 (12.96)
CHP 1581 (.79)
201228
 
BURLINGTON
Con 112991 (45.98)
Lib 86585 (35.23)
NDP 32717 (13.31)
GP 12874 (5.24)
CHP 429 (.17)
ML 140 (.06)
245736
 
CAMBRIDGE
Con 98749 (45.80)
Lib 58580 (27.17)
NDP 45468 (21.09)
GP 11780 (5.46)
CHP 395 (.18)
CAP 217 (.10)
ML 153 (.07)
Ind 134 (.06)
Ind 114 (.05)
215590
 
CARLETON-MISSISSIPPI MILLS
Con 154824 (55.35)
Lib 72192 (25.81)
NDP 33241 (11.88)
GP 18626 (6.66)
MP 426 (.15)
PC 408 (.15)
279717
 
CHATHAM-KENT-ESSEX
Con 81168 (45.67)
Lib 51938 (29.22)
NDP 36712 (20.66)
GP 7764 (4.37)
ML 150 (.08)
177732
 
DAVENPORT *
Lib 63844 (43.70)
NDP 55965 (38.31)
Con 16690 (11.42)
GP 7823 (5.35)
Com 636 (.44)
ML 269 (.18)
MP 251 (.17)
AA 220 (.15)
CAP 219 (.15)
Ind 172 (.12)
146089
 
DON VALLEY EAST
Lib 77121 (48.01)
Con 50066 (31.17)
NDP 25824 (16.08)
GP 6618 (4.12)
CHP 863 (.54)
Com 149 (.09)
160641
 
DON VALLEY WEST
Lib 103887 (49.81)
Con 74806 (35.87)
NDP 20677 (9.91)
GP 8467 (4.06)
Com 348 (.17)
Ltn 226 (.11)
CAP 151 (.07)
208562
 
DUFFERIN-CALEDON
Con 94921 (50.82)
Lib 47190 (25.26)
GP 23368 (12.51)
NDP 20575 (11.02)
CHP 443 (.24)
CAP 284  (.15)
186781
 
DURHAM
Con 108188 (49.24)
Lib 59392 (27.03)
NDP 35429 (16.13)
GP 13936 (6.34)
CHP 2566 (1.17)
Ltn 187 (.09)
219698
 
EGLINTON-LAWRENCE
Lib 92127 (48.93)
Con 66414 (35.27)
NDP 19822 (10.53)
GP 9607 (5.10)
NAF 213 (.11)
CAP 115 (.06)
188298
 
ELGIN-MIDDLESEX-LONDON
Con 95866 (48.95)
Lib 47358 (24.18)
NDP 38210 (19.51)
GP 9676 (4.94)
CHP 3486 (1.78)
PC 502 (.26)
CAP 487 (.25)
Ind 243 (.12)
195828
 
ESSEX
Con 87815 (41.28)
Lib 59874 (28.14)
NDP 57753 (27.15)
GP 7012 (3.30)
ML 290 (.14)
212744
 
ETOBICOKE CENTRE
Lib 106105 (50.23)
Con 74014 (35.04)
NDP 22499 (10.65)
GP 7852 (3.72)
PC 402 (.19)
ML 378 (.18)
211250
 
ETOBICOKE-LAKESHORE *
Lib 91910 (43.58)
Con 74562 (35.35)
NDP 32860 (15.58)
GP 10775 (5.11)
ML 604 (.29)
Com 186 (.09)
210897
 
ETOBICOKE NORTH
Lib 70554 (54.13)
Con 33579 (25.76)
NDP 20151 (15.46)
GP 3015 (2.31)
ML 889 (.68)
CHP 847 (.65)
Ind 582 (.45)
PC 526 (.40)
Ltn 208 (.16)
130351
 
GLENGARRY-PRESCOTT-RUSSELL *
Con 95552 (43.98)
Lib 84410 (38.85)
NDP 26573 (12.23)
GP 10085 (4.64)
CHP 464 (.21)
Ltn 194 (.09)
217278
 
GUELPH *
Lib 91666 (39.50)
Con 68601 (29.56)
NDP 43681 (18.82)
GP 25315 (10.91)
CHP 1172 (.50)
MP 627 (.27)
Ltn 351 (.15)
Com 292 (.13)
AA 189 (.08)
ML 140 (.06)
Ind 58 (.02)
232092
 
HALDIMAND-NORFOLK
Con 92178 (45.67)
Lib 65825 (32.61)
NDP 29612 (14.67)
GP 7303 (3.62)
Ind 4821 (2.39)
CHP 2112 (1.05)
201851
 
HALIBURTON-KAWARTHA LAKES-BROCK
Con 119741 (52.31)
Lib 55192 (24.11)
NDP 39653 (17.32)
GP 13122 (5.73)
CHP 867 (.38)
Ind 330 (.14)
228905
 
HALTON *
Con 129481 (46.85)
Lib 102081 (36.94)
NDP 29834 (10.80)
GP 14382 (5.20)
CHP 586 (.21)
276364
 
HAMILTON CENTRE
NDP 88683 (50.80)
Lib 39248 (22.48)
Con 36481 (20.90)
GP 7069 (4.05)
RM 780 (.45)
Ltn 528 (.30)
CHP 520 (.30)
ML 469 (.27)
NAF 345 (.20)
CAP 332 (.19)
Com 125 (.07)
174580
 
HAMILTON EAST-STONEY CREEK
NDP 78686 (39.48)
Lib 57163 (28.68)
Con 53592 (26.89)
GP 6611 (3.32)
PC 1321 (.66)
Ind 716 (.36)
Com 620 (.31)
Ltn 385 (.19)
ML 95 (.05)
CAP 92 (.05)
199281
 
HAMILTON MOUNTAIN
NDP 87913 (40.24)
Con 65451 (29.96)
Lib 56570 (25.89)
GP 7284 (3.33)
CHP 728 (.33)
ML 346 (.16)
Ind 171 (.08)
218463
 
HURON-BRUCE *
Con 87656 (42.26)
Lib 71918 (34.67)
NDP 36322 (17.51)
GP 7419 (3.58)
CHP 2724 (1.31)
Ind 766 (.37)
MP 638 (.31)
207443
 
KENORA ** *
Con 35994 (36.49)
Lib 31225 (31.65)
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« Reply #871 on: May 26, 2011, 08:37:09 PM »

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Ind 396 (.17)
Ind 237 (.10)
235399
 
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NDP 36834 (19.38)
GP 11067 (5.82)
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Ind 215 (.11)
Ind 199 (.10)
ML 92 (.05)
190031
 
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GP 12807 (6.63)
193252
 
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GP 18059 (7.18)
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Ltn 333 (.13)
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PP 245 (.10)
ML 210 (.08)
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Ind 107 (.04)
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251391
 
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202280
 
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PC 735 (.32)
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Ind 370 (.16)
229095
 
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PC 426 (.21)
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PC 453 (.26)
ML 65 (.04)
171352
 
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Con 68825 (31.81)
NDP 48688 (22.51)
GP 13456 (6.22)
PC 503 (.23)
AA 229 (.11)
ML 227 (.10)
216330
 
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Con 89256 (37.81)
Lib 85167 (36.08)
NDP 47096 (19.95)
GP 12844 (5.44)
PC 1253 (.53)
CHP 253 (.11)
ML 126 (.05)
UP 65 (.03)
236060
 
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194718
 
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GP 7443 (3.89)
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191390
 
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NDP 23267 (13.45)
GP 5730 (3.31)
CHP 1245 (.72)
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Ind 114 (.07)
172928
 
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Con 93780 (40.56)
NDP 26849 (11.61)
GP 9798 (4.24)
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231194
 
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Con 78272 (40.01)
NDP 21069 (10.77)
GP 9231 (4.72)
NAF 194 (.10)
ML 181 (.09)
CAP 129 (.07)
195633
 
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NDP 23739 (12.18)
GP 9730 (4.99)
PC 2040 (1.05)
Ind 431 (.22)
Ind 426 (.22)
194905
 
NEPEAN-CARLETON
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NDP 34254 (11.82)
GP 18002 (6.21)
MP 561 (.19)
289831
 
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NDP 24184 (10.91)
GP 12120 (5.47)
PC 3810 (1.72)
CHP 205 (.09)
AA 182 (.08)
CAP 79 (.04)
221710
 
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NDP 44756 (20.82)
GP 10915 (5.08)
CHP 259 (.12)
214971
 
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GP 10472 (4.71)
CHP 4556 (2.05)
CAP 179 (.08)
222444
 
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Con 34732 (20.22)
GP 5314 (3.09)
PC 1044 (.61)
MP 851 (.50)
ML 218 (.13)
Ind 217 (.13)
Ind 112 (.07)
171742
 
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Con 61439 (35.14)
NDP 30985 (17.72)
GP 8353 (4.78)
CAP 408 (.23)
174819
 
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Lib 74586 (31.33)
NDP 41197 (17.30)
GP 13328 (5.60)
238088
 
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Lib 124091 (41.00)
NDP 35152 (11.62)
GP 13362 (4.42)
PC 1900 (.63)
CHP 458 (.15)
302627
 
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Con 100751 (44.08)
Lib 93039 (40.71)
NDP 22102 (9.67)
GP 12554 (5.49)
CAP 95 (.04)
228541
 
OSHAWA *
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NDP 69219 (34.59)
Lib 38618 (19.30)
GP 8874 (4.44)
ML 360 (.18)
Ltn 260 (.13)
CHP 246 (.12)
CAP 52 (.03)
200086
 
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Lib 68628 (26.59)
Con 56166 (21.76)
GP 21105 (8.18)
MP 1546 (.60)
Com 301 (.12)
ML 275 (.11)
Ind 210 (.08)
Ind 121 (.05)
Ind 121 (.05)
CAP 76 (.03)
258096
 
OTTAWA-ORLEANS **
Con 104938 (42.75)
Lib 98805 (40.25)
NDP 30370 (12.37)
GP 10760 (4.38)
Ind 578 (.24)
245451
 
OTTAWA SOUTH
Lib 108112 (45.44)
Con 82701 (34.76)
NDP 31850 (13.39)
GP 12037 (5.06)
PC 1781 (.75)
MP 495 (.21)
PP 382 (.16)
Ltn 244 (.10)
Ind 225 (.09)
ML 79 (.03)
237906
 
OTTAWA-VANIER
Lib 93476 (43.94)
Con 57061 (26.82)
NDP 46168 (21.70)
GP 14466 (6.80)
MP 558 (.26)
ML 454 (.21)
Ind 227 (.11)
PC 221 (.10)
CAP 100 (.05)
212731
 
OTTAWA WEST-NEPEAN *
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Lib 82172 (35.87)
NDP 34635 (15.12)
GP 11526 (5.03)
Ind 905 (.40)
MP 430 (.19)
Ind 414 (.18)
CAP 242 (.11)
Com 150 (.07)
ML 68 (.03)
229075
 
OXFORD
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Lib 41079 (21.92)
NDP 35458 (18.92)
GP 8930 (4.77)
CHP 4780 (2.55)
MP 1565 (.84)
Ltn 430 (.23)
CAP 108 (.06)
187399
 
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NDP 78369 (39.68)
Lib 75678 (38.32)
Con 29914 (15.15)
GP 11356 (5.75)
MP 1119 (.57)
CHP 481 (.24)
ML 450 (.23)
NAF 119 (.06)
197486
 
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Con 82178 (45.65)
Lib 53957 (29.97)
NDP 27215 (15.11)
GP 16120 (8.95)
Ind 325 (.18)
Ind 168 (.09)
ML 54 (.03)
180017
 
PERTH-WELLINGTON
Con 86929 (47.70)
Lib 45899 (25.18)
NDP 33098 (18.16)
GP 11873 (6.51)
CHP 4373 (2.40)
ML 84 (.05)
182256
 
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Lib 76712 (32.16)
NDP 50081 (21.00)
GP 12521 (5.25)
MP 455 (.19)
NAF 189 (.08)
Ind 179 (.08)
CAP 104 (.04)
ML 98  (.04)
238529
 
PICKERING-SCARBOROUGH EAST
Lib 95918 (49.32)
Con 64270 (33.04)
NDP 25289 (13.00)
GP 8452 (4.35)
CAP 200 (.10)
CHP 191 (.10)
Ind 176 (.09)
194496
 
PRINCE EDWARD-HASTINGS
Con 105508 (48.64)
Lib 62354 (28.74)
NDP 36675 (16.91)
GP 10782 (4.97)
Ind 699 (.32)
Ind 468 (.22)
Ind 276 (.13)
PC 171 (.08)
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« Reply #872 on: May 26, 2011, 08:37:57 PM »

04-06-08-11: Ontario (R-Y)

RENFREW-NIPISSING-PEMBROKE
Con 113787 (56.75)
Lib 43612 (21.75)
NDP 24307 (12.12)
Ind 9611 (4.79)
GP 6874 (3.43)
Ind 1304 (.65)
MP 714 (.36)
Ind 293 (.15)
200502
 
RICHMOND HILL
Lib 94098 (48.50)
Con 66490 (34.27)
NDP 22630 (11.66)
GP 9743 (5.02)
PC 1074 (.55)
194035
 
ST CATHARINES
Con 88975 (42.00)
Lib 67710 (31.96)
NDP 43384 (20.48)
GP 9633 (4.55)
CHP 1589 (.75)
CAP 204 (.10)
Com 204 (.10)
ML 162 (.08)
211861
 
ST PAULS
Lib 110161 (49.96)
Con 58059 (26.33)
NDP 38646 (17.53)
GP 13037 (5.91)
Ltn 615 (.28)
220518
 
SARNIA-LAMBTON
Con 85648 (43.50)
Lib 53916 (27.38)
NDP 43330 (22.01)
GP 8713 (4.43)
CHP 3986 (2.02)
Ind 749 (.38)
Ind 545 (.28)
196887
 
SAULT STE MARIE *
NDP 67530 (38.68)
Con 54857 (31.42)
Lib 46798 (26.80)
GP 4589 (2.63)
FPNP 460 (.26)
ML 245 (.14)
CHP 111 (.06)
174590
 
SCARBOROUGH-AGINCOURT
Lib 95758 (57.33)
Con 45099 (27.00)
NDP 20275 (12.14)
GP 4855 (2.91)
PC 1048 (.63)
167035
 
SCARBOROUGH CENTRE
Lib 74027 (48.21)
Con 44623 (29.06)
NDP 29284 (19.07)
GP 5450 (3.55)
Com 152 (.10)
153536
 
SCARBOROUGH-GUILDWOOD
Lib 74774 (49.25)
Con 44106 (29.05)
NDP 27060 (17.82)
GP 5102 (3.36)
CAP 298 (.20)
Ind 259 (.17)
Ind 150 (.10)
Ind 82 (.05)
151831
 
SCARBOROUGH-ROUGE RIVER
Lib 89266 (51.88)
Con 37711 (21.92)
NDP 33478 (19.46)
Ind 6962 (4.05)
GP 3255 (1.89)
Ltn 574 (.33)
Ind 467 (.27)
Ind 357 (.21)
172070
 
SCARBOROUGH SOUTHWEST
Lib 65891 (41.99)
Con 42803 (27.27)
NDP 39159 (24.95)
GP 8496 (5.41)
Com 288 (.18)
Ind 151 (.10)
Ind 147 (.09)
156935
 
SIMCOE-GREY
Con 115312 (48.77)
Lib 61391 (25.96)
NDP 29789 (12.60)
GP 15207 (6.43)
Ind 8714 (3.69)
CHP 5645 (2.39)
CAP 244 (.10)
Ltn 143 (.06)
236445
 
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Con 101745 (45.60)
Lib 71502 (32.04)
NDP 32011 (14.35)
GP 16247 (7.28)
CHP 1483 (.66)
CAP 145 (.06)
223133
 
STORMONT-DUNDAS-SOUTH GLENGARRY
Con 105076 (54.69)
Lib 48749 (25.37)
NDP 26699 (13.90)
GP 8122 (4.23)
Ind 2581 (1.34)
CHP 663 (.35)
Ltn 151 (.08)
CAP 105 (.05)
192146
 
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NDP 65784 (36.78)
Lib 59864 (33.47)
Con 43294 (24.21)
GP 7989 (4.47)
PC 782 (.44)
FPNP 626 (.35)
Ind 250 (.14)
ML 177 (.10)
Com 70 (.04)
178836
 
THORNHILL**
Con 100419 (45.02)
Lib 94216 (42.24)
NDP 18818 (8.44)
GP 7804 (3.50)
PC 1094 (.49)
Ind 241 (.11)
Ind 233 (.10)
AA 215 (.10)
223040
 
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NDP 56206 (38.02)
Lib 47466 (32.10)
Con 38607 (26.11)
GP 4335 (2.93)
MP 971 (.66)
CHP 267 (.18)
147852
 
THUNDER BAY-SUPERIOR NORTH *
NDP 55352 (37.87)
Lib 45231 (30.95)
Con 36422 (24.92)
GP 7423 (5.08)
MP 1723 (1.18)
146151
 
TIMMINS-JAMES BAY
NDP 67259 (49.57)
Lib 38498 (28.37)
Con 26917 (19.84)
GP 3007 (2.22)
135681
 
TORONTO CENTRE
Lib 111504 (50.74)
NDP 51344 (23.36)
Con 40705 (18.52)
GP 14054 (6.40)
Com 578 (.26)
MP 313 (.14)
ML 299 (.14)
Ltn 277 (.13)
AA 259 (.12)
Ind 146 (.07)
Ind 108 (.05)
NAF 101 (.05)
CAP 63 (.03)
219751
 
TORONTO-DANFORTH
NDP 96168 (50.14)
Lib 58867 (30.69)
Con 20139 (10.50)
GP 15260 (7.96)
AA 562 (.29)
ML 343 (.18)
MP 265 (.14)
Ind 130 (.07)
CAP 54 (.03)
191788
 
TRINITY-SPADINA
NDP 111200 (46.16)
Lib 84515 (35.08)
Con 29455 (12.23)
NDP 12936 (5.37)
Ltn 947 (.39)
PC 923 (.38)
ML 380 (.16)
CAP 173 (.07)
Ind 164 (.07)
Ind 132 (.05)
NAF 89 (.04)
240914
 
VAUGHAN
Lib 116606 (49.26)
Con 85868 (36.27)
NDP 22867 (9.66)
GP 10111 (4.27)
Ltn 1076 (.45)
CAP 192 (.08)
236720
 
WELLAND ** **
NDP 70874 (33.80)
Con 67112 (32.00)
Lib 61480 (29.32)
GP 7527 (3.59)
CHP 1573 (.75)
Ind 569 (.27)
ML 411 (.20)
Ind 169 (.08)
209715
 
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Con 113709 (53.87)
Lib 55584 (26.34)
NDP 24652 (11.68)
GP 14601 (6.92)
CHP 2162 (1.02)
Ind 355 (.17)
211063
 
WHITBY-OSHAWA
Con 118054 (47.57)
Lib 76057 (30.65)
NDP 39607 (15.96)
GP 13376 (5.39)
Ltn 472 (.19)
CHP 395 (.16)
CAP 217 (.09)
248178
 
WILLOWDALE
Lib 106642 (51.26)
Con 66007 (31.73)
NDP 25897 (12.45)
GP 7242 (3.48)
PC 1747 (.84)
Ind 513 (.25)
208048
 
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NDP 85832 (46.12)
Con 47899 (25.74)
Lib 44401 (23.86)
GP 7360 (3.95)
ML 617 (.33)
186109
 
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NDP 86288 (50.40)
Con 39471 (23.06)
Lib 37625 (21.98)
GP 6338 (3.70)
PC 614 (.36)
ML 511 (.30)
Ind 224 (.13)
Com 125 (.07)
171196
 
YORK CENTRE
Lib 74131 (46.01)
Con 57634 (35.77)
NDP 22348 (13.87)
GP 6169 (3.83)
Ind 824 (.51)
161106
 
YORK-SIMCOE
Con 108054 (53.48)
Lib 47965 (23.74)
NDP 28525 (14.12)
GP 14033 (6.95)
CHP 1979 (.98)
PC 1346 (.67)
UP 157 (.08)
202059
 
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Lib 71021 (49.29)
NDP 39569 (27.46)
Con 27704 (19.23)
GP 5437 (3.77)
Ind 189 (.13)
Com 175 (.12)
144095
 
YORK WEST
Lib 69348 (58.98)
NDP 22036 (18.74)
Con 20259 (17.23)
GP 3764 (3.20)
CHP 1811 (1.54)
Ind 192 (.16)
CAP 170 (.14)
117580
 
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NDP 29168 (20.57)
Lib 19936 (14.06)
GP 10393 (7.33)
CHP 933 (.66)
Ind 611 (.43)
Com 362 (.26)
141803
 
CHARLESWOOD-ST JAMES-ASSINIBOIA
Con 84331 (50.51)
Lib 50000 (29.95)
NDP 25276 (15.14)
GP 6799 (4.07)
MP 337 (.20)
CHP 180 (.11)
Com 49 (.03)
166972
 
CHURCHILL *
NDP 34701 (41.67)
Lib 27137 (32.59)
Con 14914 (17.91)
Ind 4283 (5.14)
GP 2090 (2.51)
Ind 146 (.18)
83271
 
DAUPHIN-SWAN RIVER-MARQUETTE
Con 74784 (59.19)
NDP 26133 (20.68)
Lib 19055 (15.08)
GP 5085 (4.02)
CHP 1189 (.94)
PPP 96 (.08)
126342
 
ELMWOOD-TRANSCONA
NDP 61538 (48.46)
Con 46438 (36.57)
Lib 12770 (10.06)
GP 4786 (3.77)
CHP 1061 (.84)
MP 311 (.24)
Com 74 (.06)
126981
 
KILDONAN-ST PAUL
Con 73527 (48.06)
NDP 40215 (26.28)
Lib 33109 (21.64)
GP 4562 (2.98)
Ind 572 (.37)
CHP 511 (.33)
MP 290 (.19)
Ind 218 (.14)
153004
 
PORTAGE-LISGAR
Con 97593 (70.04)
Lib 16968 (12.18)
NDP 13154 (9.44)
GP 7338 (5.27)
CHP 4161 (2.99)
Com 117 (.08)
139331
 
PROVENCHER
Con 99016 (66.09)
Lib 22228 (14.84)
NDP 20501 (13.68)
GP 6183 (4.13)
CHP 1680 (1.12)
PP 215 (.14)
149823
 
SAINT BONIFACE **
Con 68026 (40.90)
Lib 62448 (37.54)
NDP 28702 (17.25)
GP 5914 (3.56)
CHP 858 (.52)
MP 317 (.19)
Com 77 (.05)
166342
 
SELKIRK-INTERLAKE
Con 90538 (55.38)
NDP 47313 (28.94)
Lib 18678 (11.43)
GP 5814 (3.56)
CHP 852 (.52)
Ind 277 (.17)
163472
 
WINNIPEG CENTRE
NDP 52167 (49.05)
Lib 23019 (21.65)
Con 21795 (20.49)
GP 7768 (7.30)
Com 584 (.55)
MP 346 (.33)
Ind 226 (.21)
FPNP 212 (.20)
Ind 135 (.13)
Ind 92 (.09)
106344
 
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NDP 51239 (50.65)
Lib 26415 (26.11)
Con 19730 (19.50)
GP 2838 (2.81)
Com 503 (.50)
CHP 348 (.34)
PPP 90 (.09)
101163
 
WINNIPEG SOUTH **
Con 72892 (44.45)
Lib 65004 (39.64)
NDP 20326 (12.40)
GP 5020 (3.06)
CHP 728 (.44)
163970
 
WINNIPEG SOUTH CENTRE *
Lib 65651 (41.22)
Con 53202 (33.40)
NDP 30760 (19.31)
GP 7599 (4.77)
PC 934 (.59)
MP 293 (.18)
Ind 246 (.15)
Ind 218 (.14)
CAP 180 (.11)
Ind 103 (.06)
Com 81 (.05)
159267
 
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BATTLEFORDS-LLOYDMINSTER
Con 66756 (59.73)
NDP 24535 (21.95)
Lib 11608 (10.39)
NAF 4396 (3.93)
GP 3475 (3.11)
CHP 990 (.89)
111760
 
BLACKSTRAP
Con 79065 (49.61)
NDP 46883 (29.42)
Lib 26878 (16.87)
GP 5860 (3.68)
Ind 412 (.26)
CHP 177 (.11)
Com 94 (.06)
159369
 
CYPRESS HILLS-GRASSLANDS
Con 76522 (65.34)
NDP 20619 (17.61)
Lib 14961 (12.77)
GP 5012 (4.28)
117114
 
DESNETHE-MISSINIPPI-CHURCHILL RIVER
Con 36876 (43.26)
Lib 22966 (26.94)
NDP 20826 (24.43)
GP 2366 (2.78)
Ind 1923 (2.26)
FPNP 282 (.33)
85239
 
PALLISER *
Con 56824 (42.50)
NDP 49194 (36.79)
Lib 22536 (16.85)
GP 4586 (3.43)
CHP 451 (.34)
CAP 121 (.09)
133712
 
PRINCE ALBERT
Con 66603 (55.50)
NDP 32867 (27.39)
Lib 16437 (13.70)
GP 3810 (3.18)
CAP 283 (.24)
120000
 
REGINA-LUMSDEN-LAKE CENTRE
Con 58594 (45.07)
NDP 39248 (30.19)
Lib 26258 (20.20)
GP 4399 (3.38)
Ind 1506 (1.16)
130005
 
REGINA-QU'APPELLE
Con 52729 (45.54)
NDP 39310 (33.95)
Lib 19136 (16.53)
GP 4090 (3.53)
CHP 293 (.25)
Ind 127 (.11)
NAF 106 (.09)
115791
 
SASKATOON-HUMBOLDT
Con 66293 (45.72)
NDP 42905 (29.59)
Lib 22438 (15.47)
Ind 7758 (5.35)
GP 5199 (3.59)
Ind 342 (.24)
NAF 71 (.05)
145006
 
SASKATOON-ROSETOWN-BIGGAR **
Con 52089 (46.18)
NDP 47092 (41.75)
Lib 9592 (8.50)
GP 3437 (3.05)
CHP 373 (.33)
Ind 138 (.12)
Ltn 73 (.06)
112794
 
SASKATOON-WANUSKEWIN
Con 72365 (52.82)
NDP 33002 (24.09)
Lib 25656 (18.73)
GP 5684 (4.15)
CHP 307 (.22)
137014
 
SOURIS-MOOSE MOUNTAIN
Con 71479 (60.63)
NDP 18546 (15.73)
Lib 14752 (12.51)
Ind 8399 (7.12)
GP 4526 (3.84)
CHP 191 (.16)
117893
 
WASCANA
Lib 74084 (48.87)
Con 47788 (31.52)
NDP 24750 (16.33)
GP 4966 (3.28)
151588
 
YORKTON-MELVILLE
Con 82406 (65.78)
NDP 25062 (20.01)
Lib 13000 (10.38)
GP 3991 (3.19)
Ind 524 (.42)
Ind 287 (.23)
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« Reply #874 on: May 26, 2011, 08:39:28 PM »

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