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Canadian Election 2008 Visualization

Here’s a visualization of the results of Canada’s recent election I’ve been working on.

The idea is to present the results in a way that allows you to explore in interesting ways. The data presented is pretty straightforward, with a group of coloured blobs representing the votes for each candidate in a riding.

I added one extra feature, a black ring that shows the votes for candidates other than the winner in each riding. This seemed particularly relevant for this election, where less than 38% of the popular vote went to the Conservatives yet they get to form the government.

You can explore the results:

If you have suggestions, thoughts or what have you feel free to leave a comment or get in touch.

Written by Patrick Dinnen

October 20th, 2008 at 2:35 pm

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