federal election 2019

Conservative supporters react to polling results at party headquarters in Regina on Oct. 21, 2019 (Jeff McIntosh/CP)

338Canada: What did the polls say in 2019?

Philippe J. Fournier: In their final federal polls of the 2019 campaign, Canada’s pollsters did very well. The miss was largely in underestimating the Conservatives.
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The Bloc Québécois, on the coattails of the CAQ

Philippe J. Fournier: A 338Canada analysis shows it was the Bloc—not the Conservatives—that did best where the CAQ had dominated last year
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The new Liberal voter coalition looks a lot like the last one

Only 62 ridings changed hands on election night, and Liberals won many of the same voters as 2015. A deep dive into Statistics Canada shows where the Tories fell short.
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Who wins Election 2019 under a ranked-ballot system

Philippe J. Fournier: The system the Liberals once favoured would have benefitted that party—and exposed a real Conservative weakness
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Andrew Scheer’s moment of truth

Stephen Maher: The Tory leader has to convince caucus that he knows what went wrong and can fix it. They’d be wise to be suspicious of the explanations offered.
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Here are all of Justin Trudeau’s promises in federal election 2019

Justin Trudeau’s Liberals won re-election—and now lead a minority government. Here’s what they have planned—and what their opposition wants, too
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’In response to this tragedy we are redoubling our efforts’

Letters to the editor, Oct. 29, 2019: Readers weigh in on the controversy surrounding Fiera Foods, the end of a long federal campaign and a domestic violence crisis
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A 338Canada analysis: Where the Conservatives lost

Philippe J. Fournier: A riding-by-riding breakdown of the election results shows the Conservatives’ biggest weaknesses—and a troubling urban-rural divide
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Andrew Scheer must find a way to the East

Time for Conservatives to reckon with the message they were selling, which worked great in two provinces, but inadequately in the other eight
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What the Liberals stirred up

Paul Wells: Trouble is brewing after Monday’s results. But if this caucus could muster no empathy for Jane Philpott, who expects it to try harder with Alberta?