Strategic Voting

don't just make a statement make a difference


Update: Sunday October 5th 2008
According to the criteria I used this riding should go to the Liberals. But the Liberal party has no candidate in this riding. So I’m switching to the second best results in the riding the NDP.

Province Manitoba
Electoral District Kildonan/St. Paul
Total Ballots Cast 40765
Percentage of Voter Turnout 66
Conservative Votes Obtained 17524
Liberal Votes Obtained 13597
NDP Votes Obtained 8193
Green Party Votes Obtained 1101
BQ Votes Obtained  
Cumulative Progressive Vote (CPV) 22891
Is P > C or BQ FALSE
With CPV Liberal Votes 22891
With CPV NDP Votes 0
With CPV GP Votes 0
Margin -9.67%
% of Votes by winner 43.13%
Won By  Conservative
Using CPV, will go to Liberal
With CPV would go to Liberal
Liberal Votes did not produce Seats 13597
NDP Votes did not produce Seats 8193
GP Votes did not produce Seats 1101
Please Vote:  N.D.P.


Progressive Parties (P): The three parties that is centre to centre-left (Liberal, N.D.P., and Green Party)
L: Liberal party
GP: Green Party
C: Conservative
BQ: Bloc Québécois
Cumulative Progressive Vote (CPV): The combined vote of (Liberal + NDP + GP)
Margin: Percentage of the progressive party (L, GP or N.D.P) with most votes, minus the higher of the two other major parties (Conservative or BQ) divided by total valid ballots. The smaller the absolute percentage, the higher the probability a riding could switch parties.
P > C or BQ: Was the riding won by any of the 3 progressive parties (True/False)
CPV > C or BQ: Would the CPV have won this riding (True/False)