National voting intentions
Here’s the way Canadians would vote in percentage:
Here’s how seats would be divvied up (majority: 169 of 338.)
This shows how our primitive voting system, First-Past-the-Post, can saddle voters with politicians and governments they don’t want and didn’t vote for.
The same is true of the 2011 election. Harper got 100% of the power on 40% of the vote excluding the vast majority from government. (The literal opposite of democracy.)
Voting reform fix required
This upgrades our existing system by changing the voter’s ballot from single choice to ranked — making MPs earn their seats with a majority.
This ends vote splitting and would’ve stopped Harper in 2011.