Today’s democraticSPACE projection for the Canadian election shows the Conservatives on 37.3% of the vote and 144 seats. I don’t see an archive of projections, but the last time I looked (which I thought was just Friday) the Conservatives were at 150 seats (and just over 38% of the vote, I think).
So, what happened in such a short time span?
(155 seats are required for a majority. In 2006, the Conservatives won 124 seats on 36.7% of the national vote.)
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