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Transposition of Votes – 2013 Representation Order

Table 6.10 - British Columbia
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
Abbotsford Conservative
25,060
66.9
NDP-New Democratic Party
7,209
19.2
Burnaby North–Seymour Conservative
19,150
44.2
NDP-New Democratic Party
15,219
35.2
Burnaby South NDP-New Democratic Party
16,072
44.0
Conservative
14,471
39.6
Cariboo–Prince George Conservative
24,324
56.3
NDP-New Democratic Party
13,016
30.1
Central Okanagan–Similkameen–Nicola Conservative
26,691
54.6
NDP-New Democratic Party
12,735
26.0
Chilliwack–Hope Conservative
22,748
59.6
NDP-New Democratic Party
8,972
23.5
Cloverdale–Langley City Conservative
21,595
57.4
NDP-New Democratic Party
9,289
24.7
Coquitlam–Port Coquitlam Conservative
22,371
55.5
NDP-New Democratic Party
12,477
31.0
Courtenay–Alberni Conservative
25,797
44.9
NDP-New Democratic Party
23,400
40.7
Cowichan–Malahat–Langford NDP-New Democratic Party
20,818
43.6
Conservative
20,565
43.1
Delta Conservative
21,982
48.0
NDP-New Democratic Party
12,862
28.1
Fleetwood–Port Kells Conservative
16,541
47.8
NDP-New Democratic Party
11,433
33.1
Kamloops–Thompson–Cariboo Conservative
29,280
52.3
NDP-New Democratic Party
20,682
36.9
Kelowna–Lake Country Conservative
28,220
58.4
NDP-New Democratic Party
10,329
21.4
Kootenay–Columbia Conservative
26,447
50.1
NDP-New Democratic Party
20,510
38.8
Langley–Aldergrove Conservative
29,384
65.8
NDP-New Democratic Party
8,638
19.3
Mission–Matsqui–Fraser Canyon Conservative
18,328
54.5
NDP-New Democratic Party
10,771
32.0
Nanaimo–Ladysmith NDP-New Democratic Party
25,294
45.3
Conservative
22,572
40.4
New Westminster–Burnaby NDP-New Democratic Party
21,200
51.8
Conservative
14,230
34.8
North Okanagan–Shuswap Conservative
31,510
55.4
NDP-New Democratic Party
15,075
26.5
North Vancouver Conservative
23,923
47.6
Liberal
14,948
29.7
Pitt Meadows–Maple Ridge Conservative
21,069
54.8
NDP-New Democratic Party
13,404
34.9
Port Moody–Coquitlam Conservative
20,203
46.5
NDP-New Democratic Party
17,580
40.5
Prince George–Peace River–Northern Rockies Conservative
24,348
61.9
NDP-New Democratic Party
10,177
25.9
Richmond Centre Conservative
19,789
58.1
Liberal
6,391
18.8
Esquimalt–Saanich–Sooke NDP-New Democratic Party
22,324
39.4
Conservative
21,305
37.6
Saanich–Gulf Islands Green Party
28,993
46.4
Conservative
22,785
36.5
Skeena–Bulkley Valley NDP-New Democratic Party
19,550
55.2
Conservative
12,236
34.6
South Okanagan–West Kootenay Conservative
24,846
44.8
NDP-New Democratic Party
21,886
39.4
South Surrey–White Rock Conservative
23,890
52.9
NDP-New Democratic Party
8,671
19.2
Steveston–Richmond East Conservative
18,224
53.9
NDP-New Democratic Party
7,714
22.8
Surrey Centre NDP-New Democratic Party
13,041
40.0
Conservative
11,618
35.7
Surrey–Newton NDP-New Democratic Party
11,459
35.3
Liberal
11,066
34.1
Vancouver Centre Liberal
12,894
31.0
NDP-New Democratic Party
10,952
26.3
Vancouver East NDP-New Democratic Party
27,794
62.8
Conservative
8,361
18.9
Vancouver Granville Conservative
15,440
35.4
Liberal
13,137
30.1
North Island–Powell River Conservative
23,425
46.0
NDP-New Democratic Party
21,239
41.7
Vancouver Kingsway NDP-New Democratic Party
18,752
51.3
Conservative
10,177
27.8
Vancouver Quadra Liberal
20,226
43.5
Conservative
16,953
36.4
Vancouver South Conservative
15,571
42.4
Liberal
12,389
33.8
Victoria NDP-New Democratic Party
30,679
50.8
Conservative
14,275
23.6
West Vancouver–Sunshine Coast–Sea to Sky Country Conservative
23,840
45.8
Liberal
12,395
23.8


Table 6.10 (continued) - British Columbia
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
Abbotsford Liberal
3,260
8.7
Green Party
1,744
4.7
Burnaby North–Seymour Liberal
6,804
15.7
Green Party
1,679
3.9
Burnaby South Liberal
4,280
11.7
Green Party
1,316
3.6
Cariboo–Prince George Green Party
2,673
6.2
Liberal
2,190
5.1
Central Okanagan–Similkameen–Nicola Liberal
4,917
10.1
Green Party
3,795
7.8
Chilliwack–Hope Liberal
4,272
11.2
Green Party
1,922
5.0
Cloverdale–Langley City Liberal
4,442
11.8
Green Party
1,735
4.6
Coquitlam–Port Coquitlam Liberal
3,330
8.3
Green Party
1,744
4.3
Courtenay–Alberni Green Party
3,935
6.8
Liberal
3,860
6.7
Cowichan–Malahat–Langford Green Party
3,452
7.2
Liberal
2,772
5.8
Delta Liberal
8,514
18.6
Green Party
2,177
4.7
Fleetwood–Port Kells Liberal
5,416
15.7
Green Party
886
2.6
Kamloops–Thompson–Cariboo Liberal
3,001
5.4
Green Party
2,847
5.1
Kelowna–Lake Country Liberal
5,546
11.5
Green Party
4,244
8.8
Kootenay–Columbia Green Party
3,395
6.4
Liberal
1,841
3.5
Langley–Aldergrove Liberal
4,009
9.0
Green Party
2,349
5.3
Mission–Matsqui–Fraser Canyon Liberal
2,824
8.4
Green Party
1,560
4.6
Nanaimo–Ladysmith Green Party
4,009
7.2
Liberal
3,733
6.7
New Westminster–Burnaby Liberal
3,563
8.7
Green Party
1,772
4.3
North Okanagan–Shuswap Green Party
6,082
10.7
Liberal
4,252
7.5
North Vancouver NDP-New Democratic Party
8,480
16.9
Green Party
2,632
5.2
Pitt Meadows–Maple Ridge Liberal
2,068
5.4
Green Party
1,877
4.9
Port Moody–Coquitlam Liberal
3,706
8.5
Green Party
1,849
4.3
Prince George–Peace River–Northern Rockies Green Party
2,386
6.1
Liberal
2,033
5.2
Richmond Centre NDP-New Democratic Party
6,203
18.2
Green Party
1,699
5.0
Esquimalt–Saanich–Sooke Green Party
7,287
12.9
Liberal
5,496
9.7
Saanich–Gulf Islands NDP-New Democratic Party
6,898
11.0
Liberal
3,787
6.1
Skeena–Bulkley Valley Liberal
1,278
3.6
Others
1,208
3.4
South Okanagan–West Kootenay Green Party
4,512
8.1
Liberal
3,942
7.1
South Surrey–White Rock Liberal
8,624
19.1
Green Party
2,648
5.9
Steveston–Richmond East Liberal
6,286
18.6
Green Party
1,398
4.1
Surrey Centre Liberal
5,787
17.8
Green Party
1,186
3.6
Surrey–Newton Conservative
8,903
27.4
Green Party
844
2.6
Vancouver Centre Conservative
10,828
26.1
Green Party
6,267
15.1
Vancouver East Liberal
4,382
9.9
Green Party
3,383
7.6
Vancouver Granville NDP-New Democratic Party
10,670
24.4
Green Party
4,026
9.2
North Island–Powell River Liberal
3,236
6.4
Green Party
2,623
5.2
Vancouver Kingsway Liberal
5,916
16.2
Green Party
1,292
3.5
Vancouver Quadra NDP-New Democratic Party
6,723
14.4
Green Party
2,629
5.7
Vancouver South NDP-New Democratic Party
7,732
21.1
Green Party
808
2.2
Victoria Liberal
8,448
14.0
Green Party
7,015
11.6
West Vancouver–Sunshine Coast–Sea to Sky Country NDP-New Democratic Party
11,177
21.5
Green Party
3,971
7.6


Table 6.10 (continued) - British Columbia
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
Abbotsford Others
196
0.5
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Burnaby North–Seymour Others
437
1.0
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Burnaby South Others
385
1.1
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Cariboo–Prince George Others
1,033
2.4
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Central Okanagan–Similkameen–Nicola Others
754
1.5
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Chilliwack–Hope Others
276
0.7
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Cloverdale–Langley City Others
578
1.5
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Coquitlam–Port Coquitlam Others
364
0.9
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Courtenay–Alberni Others
480
0.8
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Cowichan–Malahat–Langford Others
153
0.3
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Delta Others
307
0.7
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Fleetwood–Port Kells Others
306
0.9
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Kamloops–Thompson–Cariboo Others
185
0.3
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Kelowna–Lake Country Others
0
0
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Kootenay–Columbia Others
610
1.2
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Langley–Aldergrove Others
264
0.6
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Mission–Matsqui–Fraser Canyon Others
152
0.5
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Nanaimo–Ladysmith Others
276
0.5
Bloc Québécois
0
0
New Westminster–Burnaby Others
179
0.4
Bloc Québécois
0
0
North Okanagan–Shuswap Others
4
0.0
Bloc Québécois
0
0
North Vancouver Others
322
0.6
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Pitt Meadows–Maple Ridge Bloc Québécois
0
0
Others
0
0
Port Moody–Coquitlam Others
120
0.3
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Prince George–Peace River–Northern Rockies Others
421
1.1
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Richmond Centre Bloc Québécois
0
0
Others
0
0
Esquimalt–Saanich–Sooke Others
242
0.4
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Saanich–Gulf Islands Others
0
0
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Skeena–Bulkley Valley Green Party
1,131
3.2
Bloc Québécois
0
0
South Okanagan–West Kootenay Others
308
0.6
Bloc Québécois
0
0
South Surrey–White Rock Others
1,344
3.0
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Steveston–Richmond East Others
177
0.5
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Surrey Centre Others
949
2.9
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Surrey–Newton Others
199
0.6
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Vancouver Centre Others
622
1.5
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Vancouver East Others
318
0.7
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Vancouver Granville Others
372
0.9
Bloc Québécois
0
0
North Island–Powell River Others
367
0.7
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Vancouver Kingsway Others
441
1.2
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Vancouver Quadra Others
0
0
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Vancouver South Others
202
0.5
Bloc Québécois
0
0
Victoria Bloc Québécois
0
0
Others
0
0
West Vancouver–Sunshine Coast–Sea to Sky Country Others
680
1.3
Bloc Québécois
0
0

Notes:
Number of federal electoral districts: 42

*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.