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View Poll Results: Which party do you plan to vote for in the 2019 federal election?
Conservative Party 73 25.61%
Liberal Party 119 41.75%
NDP 44 15.44%
Green Party 27 9.47%
Peoples Party of Canada 22 7.72%
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Old Posted Oct 22, 2019, 10:01 PM
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Although in 10 years time we'll still be heating our homes with natural gas, at least here in SOntario.
More than likely yes.
     
     
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I correctly predicted a few weeks ago that there would be Liberal pickups in Ontario and Quebec. I originally thought there would be more in Quebec until the Bloc support picked up. There were no Liberal gains in Western Canada, the North or Atlantic Canada which of course was no surprise.

Liberal gains in Ontario:

Milton (from the CPC)

Windsor-Tecumseh (from the NDP)

Kitchener-Conestoga (from the CPC)

In Quebec:

Hochelaga (from the NDP)

Laurier-Sainte-Marie (from the NDP)

Sherbrooke (from the NDP)
     
     
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Old Posted Oct 22, 2019, 10:54 PM
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I correctly predicted a few weeks ago that there would be Liberal pickups in Ontario and Quebec. I originally thought there would be more in Quebec until the Bloc support picked up. There were no Liberal gains in Western Canada, the North or Atlantic Canada which of course was no surprise.

Liberal gains in Ontario:

Milton (from the CPC)

Windsor-Tecumseh (from the NDP)

Kitchener-Conestoga (from the CPC)

In Quebec:

Hochelaga (from the NDP)

Laurier-Sainte-Marie (from the NDP)

Sherbrooke (from the NDP)
I’m surprised by the Ontario pickups. The Montreal ones were predictable and Sherbrooke is very surprising, at least until you learn it was with about 29% of the vote. Windsor-Tecumseh was kind of a vote split situation as well, I think.
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Flamborough-Glanbrook was a really tight race, for most of the night it looked like a Liberal pick up. Eventually in the end David Sweet (Conservative) narrowly ekes out a 5th term as MP. Sweet won by just 650 votes.
     
     
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I correctly predicted a few weeks ago that there would be Liberal pickups in Ontario and Quebec.
? But since there were 4 lost Libbie seats, isn't it a net of minus one? (80 in 2015 and 79 last night)

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Overall net change for ON

Libbies -1
Conbots +3
Dippers -2
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Old Posted Oct 23, 2019, 12:19 AM
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? But since there were 4 lost Libbie seats, isn't it a net of minus one? (80 in 2015 and 79 last night)

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Overall net change for ON

Libbies -1
Conbots +3
Dippers -2
I think the point is that it is surprising that the Liberals would win any new seats above what they won in the very favourable election of 2015, not that their gains constituted a net gain.
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