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Patrick Ruffini
Wow, it turns out that winning more votes and losing the election isn’t just some weird thing that happens in America. It also happens in — gasp — a Parliamentary democracy like Canada.
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Patrick Ruffini Oct 22
Replying to @PatrickRuffini
Lefty analysts think this is some sort of dunk on first past the post. Nothing of the sort. If I could replace our system with any system, it’d be a parliamentary system with single member districts
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FBS Oct 22
Replying to @PatrickRuffini @wrdcsc
It’s not how many votes one party gets. It’s the coalition they build based on shares values.
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FBS Oct 22
Replying to @PatrickRuffini @wrdcsc
In the end the party that has the largest coolition also, generally, represents the most voters.
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. Oct 22
Replying to @PatrickRuffini
I must say Patrick on Twitter makes me have less faith in echelon insights
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The Perfect Call Jeff Garceau Oct 22
I seriously don't get how he can have so many hot takes that are uniformly rooted in an objective misunderstanding of how the world works.
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Daniel Mayer Oct 22
Replying to @PatrickRuffini
Aggregating LP + NPD + GP votes gives around 54 % of the vote. Canada has a majority with left and center left positions. Still, the country is geographically divided.
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Shannon 🐿 Oct 22
Replying to @PatrickRuffini
This... isn’t a full vote count
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lowkell Oct 22
Replying to @PatrickRuffini
How would those results look with Instant Runoff Voting?
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