TrySTV.ca Poll: Northeast BC Legislative Assembly - 2013 General Election - Updated April 20, 2013
2 candidates will be elected with 41 ballots cast.
Note:These results are not predicted BC-STV outcomes. On this site, anyone anywhere can vote many times. The goal here is to show how the votes are counted.

Table form | Chart form: First Round | Next Round | Final Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 1    
--------------------------------------------------- 34.1%
Kurt Peats (Conservative)  15.0  (36.6%) 
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG :GGGG
Judy Fox-McGuire (NDP)  9.0  (22.0%) 
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC __________________ :
Pat Pimm (Liberal)  7.0  (17.1%) 
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA _________________________ :
Mike Bernier (Liberal)  4.0  (9.8%) 
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ____________________________________ :
Darwin Wren (NDP)  4.0  (9.8%) 
DDDDDDDDDDDDDD _____________________________________ :
Arthur A. Hadland (Independent)  1.0  (2.4%) 
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Tyrel Pohl (Independent)  1.0  (2.4%) 
FFFF _______________________________________________ :
   
Results   Redistributed Votes (to these colors)
Kurt Peats (Conservative) Elected
A EE

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, view the table form, or ask a question.
The dotted line represents the number of votes that guarantees victory (34.1%).

In the first round, the first choices on each ballot are tallied.
Kurt Peats (Conservative) has enough votes to guarantee victory 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, if possible. This is actually done by counting a fraction of the ballots most recently counted for the winning candidate.

New colors:
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TrySTV.ca Poll: Northeast BC Legislative Assembly - 2013 General Election - Updated April 20, 2013
2 candidates will be elected with 41 ballots cast.
Note:These results are not predicted BC-STV outcomes. On this site, anyone anywhere can vote many times. The goal here is to show how the votes are counted.

Table form | Chart form: First Round | Next Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 2    
--------------------------------------------------- 34.1%
Kurt Peats (Conservative)  14.0  (34.1%) 
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG :
Judy Fox-McGuire (NDP)  9.0  (22.0%) 
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC __________________ :
Pat Pimm (Liberal)  7.3  (17.7%) 
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ________________________ :
Mike Bernier (Liberal)  4.2  (10.2%) 
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ___________________________________ :
Darwin Wren (NDP)  4.0  (9.8%) 
DDDDDDDDDDDDDDD ____________________________________ :
Arthur A. Hadland (Independent)  1.4  (3.4%) 
EEEEE ______________________________________________ :
Tyrel Pohl (Independent)  1.1  (2.6%) 
FFFF _______________________________________________ :
None of these  0.1  (0.2%) 
___________________________________________________
   
Results   Redistributed Votes (to these colors)
Tyrel Pohl (Independent) Defeated
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Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, view the table form, or ask a question.
The dotted line represents the number of votes that guarantees victory (34.1%).

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

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TrySTV.ca Poll: Northeast BC Legislative Assembly - 2013 General Election - Updated April 20, 2013
2 candidates will be elected with 41 ballots cast.
Note:These results are not predicted BC-STV outcomes. On this site, anyone anywhere can vote many times. The goal here is to show how the votes are counted.

Table form | Chart form: First Round | Next Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 3    
--------------------------------------------------- 34.1%
Kurt Peats (Conservative)  14.0  (34.1%) 
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG :G
Judy Fox-McGuire (NDP)  9.0  (22.0%) 
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC __________________ :
Pat Pimm (Liberal)  7.3  (17.7%) 
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA _________________________ :
Mike Bernier (Liberal)  4.2  (10.2%) 
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ____________________________________ :
Darwin Wren (NDP)  4.0  (9.8%) 
DDDDDDDDDDDDDD _____________________________________ :
Arthur A. Hadland (Independent)  2.5  (6.0%) 
EEEEEEEEE __________________________________________ :
None of these  0.1  (0.2%) 
H __________________________________________________
   
Results   Redistributed Votes (to these colors)
Arthur A. Hadland (Independent) Defeated
DDDD HHHHH

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, view the table form, or ask a question.
The dotted line represents the number of votes that guarantees victory (34.1%).

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

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TrySTV.ca Poll: Northeast BC Legislative Assembly - 2013 General Election - Updated April 20, 2013
2 candidates will be elected with 41 ballots cast.
Note:These results are not predicted BC-STV outcomes. On this site, anyone anywhere can vote many times. The goal here is to show how the votes are counted.

Table form | Chart form: First Round | Next Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 4    
--------------------------------------------------- 34.1%
Kurt Peats (Conservative)  14.0  (34.1%) 
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG :
Judy Fox-McGuire (NDP)  9.0  (22.0%) 
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC __________________ :
Pat Pimm (Liberal)  7.3  (17.7%) 
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA _________________________ :
Mike Bernier (Liberal)  4.2  (10.2%) 
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ____________________________________ :
Darwin Wren (NDP)  5.1  (12.4%) 
DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD _________________________________ :
None of these  1.5  (3.6%) 
HHHHH ______________________________________________
   
Results   Redistributed Votes (to these colors)
Mike Bernier (Liberal) Defeated
AAAAAAAA DDDDDDDD

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, view the table form, or ask a question.
The dotted line represents the number of votes that guarantees victory (34.1%).

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

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TrySTV.ca Poll: Northeast BC Legislative Assembly - 2013 General Election - Updated April 20, 2013
2 candidates will be elected with 41 ballots cast.
Note:These results are not predicted BC-STV outcomes. On this site, anyone anywhere can vote many times. The goal here is to show how the votes are counted.

Table form | Chart form: First Round | Next Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 5    
--------------------------------------------------- 34.1%
Kurt Peats (Conservative)  14.0  (34.1%) 
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG :G
Judy Fox-McGuire (NDP)  9.0  (22.0%) 
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC __________________ :
Pat Pimm (Liberal)  9.5  (23.1%) 
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ________________ :
Darwin Wren (NDP)  7.1  (17.2%) 
DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD _________________________ :
None of these  1.5  (3.6%) 
HHHHH ______________________________________________
   
Results   Redistributed Votes (to these colors)
Darwin Wren (NDP) Defeated
AAAAAAA CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, view the table form, or ask a question.
The dotted line represents the number of votes that guarantees victory (34.1%).

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

next round Next Round














 
  
TrySTV.ca Poll: Northeast BC Legislative Assembly - 2013 General Election - Updated April 20, 2013
2 candidates will be elected with 41 ballots cast.
Note:These results are not predicted BC-STV outcomes. On this site, anyone anywhere can vote many times. The goal here is to show how the votes are counted.

Table form | Chart form: First Round | Final Round | Previous Round | Ballot Depth | How it works | Main Page


Round 6    
--------------------------------------------------- 34.1%
Kurt Peats (Conservative)  14.0  (34.1%) 
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG :G
Judy Fox-McGuire (NDP)  14.1  (34.3%) 
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC :C
Pat Pimm (Liberal)  11.5  (28.0%) 
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA _________ :
None of these  1.5  (3.6%) 
HHHHH ______________________________________________
   
Results  
Pat Pimm (Liberal)Defeated 
Judy Fox-McGuire (NDP)Elected 
Kurt Peats (Conservative)Elected 

Note: If this doesn't make sense, try reading the How it works page, view the table form, or ask a question.
The dotted line represents the number of votes that guarantees victory (34.1%).

Judy Fox-McGuire (NDP) has enough votes to guarantee victory and is declared a winner.
In the end, 68.5% of all cast ballots counted toward a winner. This compares to 58.5% 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.

The Ballot Depth section shows 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 41 ballots cast.
Note:These results are not predicted BC-STV outcomes. On this site, anyone anywhere can vote many times. The goal here is to show how the votes are counted.

Table form | Chart form: First Round | Final 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 81.9% 
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2nd 14.3% 
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5th 3.8% 
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