Professors at Laurier University have launched an interactive website to monitor and analyze the federal election using maps, blogs, graphs, and tables.
That’s right: a federal election tracker.
Want to know what area of the country is the green-party-est? Or the potential problems with polling? This site breaks it down for you, and there’s a colour map to boot.
These political scientists- from LIPSOP, the Laurier Institute for the Study of Public Opinion and Policy- even compare projected seat numbers to eventual seats all the way back to 1962. And there’s even a mathematical explanation for it all, though it may not make sense to everyone.
Did I mention there’s a colour map?
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