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Canada Election Maps (3)

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Since the last posting on the Canadian election on December 22th, the campaign has gotten much more interesting. The election is to be held on January 23rd and, of course, the outcome is still unknown. Pollstr.ca takes a crack at predicting the outcome based on various polls and uses a Google Map to display the result. What makes this map interesting is that, if you disagree with the polls, you can submit your own prediction of how the popular vote will be distributed among the parties and see how that affects who gets elected where. Sadly, no word on the methodology used.

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