Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Quebec: Results of the 2007 Provincial Election

All right, ladies and gentlemen from Quebec and the rest of Canada, here are the results of this very exciting election campaign that took an end on March 26. Quick analysis: separatism in Quebec currently looks like a lion that roars. However, that lion has become quite easy to knock out mostly because of its lack of credibility in Quebec and in Canda (speaking about the Bloc Québécois)... In the following days, I'll write three pieces about what I think about these elections.

Results of the 2007 provincial election in Quebec

Political parties

Number of seats

Number of votes

% of the votes

Liberal Party of Quebec (LPQ)

48

1 313 821

33,09%

Action Démocratique du Québec (ADQ)

41

1 223 507

30,81%

Parti Québécois (PQ)

36

1 125 052

28,34%

Green Party of Quebec (GPQ)

0

154 367

3,9%

Québec Solidaire (QS)

0

145 052

3,65%

Independent candidates

0

4 755

0,11%

Marxist-Leninist Party of Quebec

0

2095

0,04%

Bloc Pot

0

1756

0,06%


Total

125

3 970 405

100%

Notes:
1.Required number of seats to form a majority government: 63

2. Requirements for a party to be recognized at the National Assembly: 12 elected candidates or 20% of the votes.

3. Registered voters: 5 630 567 voters

4. Participation rate: 71.28%

5. Valid ballots: 3 970 405 ballots

6. Rejected ballots: 41 269

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