Thursday, January 12, 2006
Here's an interesting site: a strategic voting calculator. There are NO P.E.I. ridings where voting strategically might be effective. RIDING-BY-RIDING GUIDE NOTES IN CHART BELOW:
What you do is you pick your preferred party and your riding, and it will tell you if you should vote for that praty or your second choice, based on the predicted closeness of the election.
Here are the results for PEI, if you are an NDP supporter. Whether your second choice is the Liberals or the Conservatives the recommendation is that it's not close enough to worry about voting for your first choice.
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1 = NDP could win. Vote NDP.
2 = NDP cannot win, but riding is close. Vote your second choice.
3 = NDP cannot win, but riding is not close. Vote NDP.
IF YOUR FIRST CHOICE IS NDP AND YOUR SECOND CHOICE IS AS INDICATED TO THE RIGHT, YOU SHOULD… SECOND CHOICE SECOND CHOICE NOTE CARDIGAN VOTE VOTE 3 CHARLOTTETOWN VOTE VOTE 3 EGMONT VOTE VOTE 3 MALPEQUE VOTE VOTE 3
There are NO P.E.I. ridings where voting strategically might be effective.
NOTES IN CHART BELOW: