TrySTV.ca Poll: Northeast BC Legislative Assembly - 2013 General Election - Updated April 20, 2013
2 candidates will be elected with 35 ballots cast.
Note:These results are not predicted BC-STV outcomes. On this site, anyone in the world can vote repeatedly. The goal here is to show how the votes are counted.

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Round 1 Legend  
Kurt Peats (Conservative) 
 
 15.0  (42.9%)  Elected
Pat Pimm (Liberal) 
 
 7.0  (20.0%)   
Mike Bernier (Liberal) 
 
 4.0  (11.4%)   
Judy Fox-McGuire (NDP) 
 
 4.0  (11.4%)   
Darwin Wren (NDP) 
 
 3.0  (8.6%)   
Arthur A. Hadland (Independent) 
 
 1.0  (2.9%)   
Tyrel Pohl (Independent) 
 
 1.0  (2.9%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

In the first round, the first choices on each ballot are tallied.
Kurt Peats (Conservative) has enough votes to guarantee victory (34.3%) and is declared a winner.To ensure that everyone's vote counts equally, votes that exceed that threshold are counted toward their next highest ranking (this is actually done by counting a fraction of ballots cast for the winning candidate).

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TrySTV.ca Poll: Northeast BC Legislative Assembly - 2013 General Election - Updated April 20, 2013
2 candidates will be elected with 35 ballots cast.
Note:These results are not predicted BC-STV outcomes. On this site, anyone in the world can vote repeatedly. The goal here is to show how the votes are counted.

First Round | Next Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 2 Legend  
Kurt Peats (Conservative) 
 
 12.0  (34.5%)   
Pat Pimm (Liberal) 
 
 7.8  (22.4%)   
Mike Bernier (Liberal) 
 
 4.6  (13.2%)   
Judy Fox-McGuire (NDP) 
 
 4.0  (11.5%)   
Darwin Wren (NDP) 
 
 3.0  (8.6%)   
Arthur A. Hadland (Independent) 
 
 2.2  (6.3%)   
Tyrel Pohl (Independent) 
 
 1.2  (3.4%)  Defeated
None of these 
 
 0.2  (0.6%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (34.3%), so the last-place candidate (Tyrel Pohl (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
TrySTV.ca Poll: Northeast BC Legislative Assembly - 2013 General Election - Updated April 20, 2013
2 candidates will be elected with 35 ballots cast.
Note:These results are not predicted BC-STV outcomes. On this site, anyone in the world can vote repeatedly. The goal here is to show how the votes are counted.

First Round | Next Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 3 Legend  
Kurt Peats (Conservative) 
 
 12.0  (34.5%)   
Pat Pimm (Liberal) 
 
 7.8  (22.4%)   
Mike Bernier (Liberal) 
 
 4.6  (13.2%)   
Judy Fox-McGuire (NDP) 
 
 4.0  (11.5%)   
Darwin Wren (NDP) 
 
 3.0  (8.6%)  Defeated
Arthur A. Hadland (Independent) 
 
 3.4  (9.8%)   
None of these 
 
 0.2  (0.6%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (34.3%), so the last-place candidate (Darwin Wren (NDP)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
TrySTV.ca Poll: Northeast BC Legislative Assembly - 2013 General Election - Updated April 20, 2013
2 candidates will be elected with 35 ballots cast.
Note:These results are not predicted BC-STV outcomes. On this site, anyone in the world can vote repeatedly. The goal here is to show how the votes are counted.

First Round | Next Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 4 Legend  
Kurt Peats (Conservative) 
 
 12.0  (34.5%)   
Pat Pimm (Liberal) 
 
 7.8  (22.4%)   
Mike Bernier (Liberal) 
 
 4.6  (13.2%)   
Judy Fox-McGuire (NDP) 
 
 7.0  (20.1%)   
Arthur A. Hadland (Independent) 
 
 3.4  (9.8%)  Defeated
None of these 
 
 0.2  (0.6%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (34.3%), so the last-place candidate (Arthur A. Hadland (Independent)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
TrySTV.ca Poll: Northeast BC Legislative Assembly - 2013 General Election - Updated April 20, 2013
2 candidates will be elected with 35 ballots cast.
Note:These results are not predicted BC-STV outcomes. On this site, anyone in the world can vote repeatedly. The goal here is to show how the votes are counted.

First Round | Next Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 5 Legend  
Kurt Peats (Conservative) 
 
 12.0  (36.8%)   
Pat Pimm (Liberal) 
 
 7.8  (23.9%)   
Mike Bernier (Liberal) 
 
 4.6  (14.1%)  Defeated
Judy Fox-McGuire (NDP) 
 
 8.2  (25.2%)   
None of these 
 
 2.4  (7.4%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

No candidate has the number of votes needed to guarantee victory (34.3%), so the last-place candidate (Mike Bernier (Liberal)) is eliminated. Ballots for that candidate are counted toward their next highest ranking.

Go to the next round.














 
 
TrySTV.ca Poll: Northeast BC Legislative Assembly - 2013 General Election - Updated April 20, 2013
2 candidates will be elected with 35 ballots cast.
Note:These results are not predicted BC-STV outcomes. On this site, anyone in the world can vote repeatedly. The goal here is to show how the votes are counted.

First Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 6 Legend  
Kurt Peats (Conservative) 
 
 12.0  (36.8%)  Elected
Pat Pimm (Liberal) 
 
 12.4  (38.0%)  Elected
Judy Fox-McGuire (NDP) 
 
 8.2  (25.2%)  Defeated
None of these 
 
 2.4  (7.4%)   
  pies need GD2 extension

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, or ask a question.

Pat Pimm (Liberal) has enough votes to guarantee victory (34.3%) and is declared a winner.
In the end, 69.7% of all cast ballots counted toward a winner. This compares to 62.9% if only the first-round votes were used. You should be able to see that the winners have a more equal mandate in the final round than in the first round.

Note that even the "highest first-round votes" method is more democratic than most methods used in US public elections: the "vote for 2" method, which allows the largest block of voters to dominate, and the district method, where choices are restricted to the one or two viable candidates within geographical boundaries drawn by the politicians in office.

Also, view the Ballot Depth info to see how much lower rankings contributed to the tally.


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TrySTV.ca Poll: Northeast BC Legislative Assembly - 2013 General Election - Updated April 20, 2013
2 candidates will be elected with 35 ballots cast.
Note:These results are not predicted BC-STV outcomes. On this site, anyone in the world can vote repeatedly. The goal here is to show how the votes are counted.

First Round | Last Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Ballot Depth: This shows how much the lower rankings on ballots contributed to the winning candidates.

Rank   Fraction of votes for winners
1st 
 
77.9%   
2nd 
 
11.5%   
3rd 
 
2.5%   
4th 
 
4.1%   
6th 
 
4.1%   
  pies need GD