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Transposition of Votes – 2013 Representation Order

Table 6.3 - Nova Scotia
Ranking of political parties* following transposition of valid votes by federal electoral district, 2013
Federal electoral district Rank 1-Party Rank 1-Total vote Rank 1-% vote Rank 2-Party Rank 2-Total vote Rank 2-% vote
Cape Breton–Canso Liberal 17,196 44.1 Conservative 12,719 32.6
Central Nova Conservative 21,494 55.3 NDP-New Democratic Party 10,422 26.8
Cumberland–Colchester Conservative 19,875 52.9 NDP-New Democratic Party 8,439 22.5
Dartmouth–Cole Harbour NDP-New Democratic Party 16,026 36.4 Liberal 15,278 34.7
Halifax NDP-New Democratic Party 23,761 51.6 Liberal 11,805 25.6
Halifax West Liberal 14,824 37.3 Conservative 12,005 30.2
Kings–Hants Liberal 15,887 39.6 Conservative 14,714 36.6
Sackville–Preston–Chezzetcook NDP-New Democratic Party 21,174 54.3 Conservative 11,772 30.2
South Shore–St. Margarets Conservative 19,709 42 NDP-New Democratic Party 16,939 36.1
Sydney–Victoria Liberal 14,788 39.9 Conservative 14,023 37.8
West Nova Conservative 20,204 47 Liberal 15,632 36.4


Table 6.3 (continued) - Nova Scotia
Ranking of political parties* following transposition of valid votes by federal electoral district, 2013
Federal electoral district Rank 3-Party Rank 3-Total vote Rank 3-% vote Rank 4-Party Rank 4-Total vote Rank 4-% vote
Cape Breton–Canso NDP-New Democratic Party 7,818 20 Green Party 1,265 3.2
Central Nova Liberal 5,424 14 Green Party 1,479 3.8
Cumberland–Colchester Liberal 6,902 18.4 Green Party 2,015 5.4
Dartmouth–Cole Harbour Conservative 11,011 25 Green Party 1,684 3.8
Halifax Conservative 8,292 18 Green Party 2,023 4.4
Halifax West NDP-New Democratic Party 11,318 28.5 Green Party 1,632 4.1
Kings–Hants NDP-New Democratic Party 8,043 20 Green Party 1,520 3.8
Sackville–Preston–Chezzetcook Liberal 4,409 11.3 Green Party 1,637 4.2
South Shore–St. Margarets Liberal 8,431 18 Green Party 1,875 4
Sydney–Victoria NDP-New Democratic Party 7,049 19 Green Party 1,191 3.2
West Nova NDP-New Democratic Party 5,631 13.1 Green Party 1,487 3.5


Table 6.3 (continued) - Nova Scotia
Ranking of political parties* following transposition of valid votes by federal electoral district, 2013
Federal electoral district Rank 5-Party Rank 5-Total vote Rank 5-% vote Rank 6-Party Rank 6-Total vote Rank 6-% vote
Cape Breton–Canso Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
Central Nova Others 57 0.1 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Cumberland–Colchester Others 314 0.8 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Dartmouth–Cole Harbour Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
Halifax Others 152 0.3 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Halifax West Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
Kings–Hants Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
Sackville–Preston–Chezzetcook Others 3 0.0 Bloc Québécois 0 0
South Shore–St. Margarets Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
Sydney–Victoria Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
West Nova Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0

Notes:

Number of federal electoral districts: 11

*In each electoral district, the right to provide the returning officer with lists of qualified persons to be appointed as election officers varies by positions to be filled. To appoint revising agents and registration officers, the returning officer solicits names of suitable persons from the registered parties whose candidates ranked first and second in the last general election. The returning officer appoints deputy returning officers from lists provided by registered parties whose candidates ranked first. He/she solicits names from the registered parties whose candidates ranked second to appoint poll clerks.

Table 6.4 - New Brunswick
Ranking of political parties* following transposition of valid votes by federal electoral district, 2013
Federal electoral district Rank 1-Party Rank 1-Total vote Rank 1-% vote Rank 2-Party Rank 2-Total vote Rank 2-% vote
Acadie–Bathurst NDP-New Democratic Party 32,361 69.1 Conservative 7,749 16.5
Beauséjour Liberal 18,507 40.7 Conservative 14,425 31.7
Fredericton Conservative 18,213 47 NDP-New Democratic Party 9,423 24.3
Fundy Royal Conservative 22,821 58 NDP-New Democratic Party 10,578 26.9
Madawaska–Restigouche Conservative 14,541 40.5 Liberal 12,497 34.8
Miramichi–Grand Lake Conservative 18,352 53.2 NDP-New Democratic Party 7,888 22.9
Moncton–Riverview–Dieppe Conservative 16,327 36.8 Liberal 13,547 30.5
New Brunswick Southwest Conservative 18,701 56.7 NDP-New Democratic Party 7,693 23.3
Saint John–Rothesay Conservative 17,881 49.7 NDP-New Democratic Party 11,052 30.7
Tobique–Mactaquac Conservative 21,410 62.1 NDP-New Democratic Party 6,594 19.1


Table 6.4 (continued) - New Brunswick
Ranking of political parties* following transposition of valid votes by federal electoral district, 2013
Federal electoral district Rank 3-Party Rank 3-Total vote Rank 3-% vote Rank 4-Party Rank 4-Total vote Rank 4-% vote
Acadie–Bathurst Liberal 6,705 14.3 Green Party 31 0.1
Beauséjour NDP-New Democratic Party 10,655 23.4 Green Party 1,896 4.2
Fredericton Liberal 9,314 24 Green Party 1,609 4.1
Fundy Royal Liberal 4,109 10.4 Green Party 1,859 4.7
Madawaska–Restigouche NDP-New Democratic Party 6,948 19.3 Others 1,290 3.6
Miramichi–Grand Lake Liberal 7,373 21.4 Green Party 850 2.5
Moncton–Riverview–Dieppe NDP-New Democratic Party 12,637 28.5 Green Party 1,899 4.3
New Brunswick Southwest Liberal 4,476 13.6 Green Party 1,682 5.1
Saint John–Rothesay Liberal 5,750 16 Green Party 992 2.8
Tobique–Mactaquac Liberal 5,591 16.2 Green Party 853 2.5


Table 6.4 (continued) - New Brunswick
Ranking of political parties* following transposition of valid votes by federal electoral district, 2013
Federal electoral district Rank 5-Party Rank 5-Total vote Rank 5-% vote Rank 6-Party Rank 6-Total vote Rank 6-% vote
Acadie–Bathurst Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
Beauséjour Others 0 0 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Fredericton Others 213 0.5 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Fundy Royal Others 7 0.0 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Madawaska–Restigouche Green Party 646 1.8 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Miramichi–Grand Lake Others 41 0.1 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Moncton–Riverview–Dieppe Bloc Québécois 0 0 Others 0 0
New Brunswick Southwest Others 453 1.4 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Saint John–Rothesay Others 288 0.8 Bloc Québécois 0 0
Tobique–Mactaquac Others 7 0.0 Bloc Québécois 0 0

Notes:

Number of federal electoral districts: 10

*In each electoral district, the right to provide the returning officer with lists of qualified persons to be appointed as election officers varies by positions to be filled. To appoint revising agents and registration officers, the returning officer solicits names of suitable persons from the registered parties whose candidates ranked first and second in the last general election. The returning officer appoints deputy returning officers from lists provided by registered parties whose candidates ranked first. He/she solicits names from the registered parties whose candidates ranked second to appoint poll clerks.