Political Science 1020E Lecture Notes - Party System, Proportional Representation, Australian Senate

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Riding 16 results: party a: 35, party b: 31, party c: 26, party d: 8% Party a candidate is elected in riding 16: all ridings decided like this, and this is the outcome: Party c: 56 seats (38% of vote) majority. Party a: 34 seats (32% of vote) Party b: 4 seats (24% of vote) Party d: 6 seats (6% of vote: **note**: popular vote (all votes for a party across the country) may not reflect the percentage of seats. In canada: house of commons = 308 seats. France: like first past the post , winner must win a majority of votes in district, majority = 50% + Ex: in france, they have a maximum of 2 rounds of voting: all except top 2 candidates dropped for 2nd round, no winner, so candidate #3 is dropped, new results for riding 87 after 2nd ballot: Candidate #1: 43: **note**: candidate #2 won because most of the supporters of.

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