Friday, 8 April 2011

Canadian election results map

Today's post highlighting something on the 2008 Canadian elections, of interest as the nation goes to the polls again, from the always interesting Map Room blog:

La Presse, a Montreal newspaper, has put poll-by-poll election results from the 2008 Canadian federal election onto a Google Maps interface. (Kudos to them for doing it for the entire country, and in English as well — not something I’d necessarily expect from a Quebec media source.) Being able to get that much detail about the last election is extremely useful in the context of figuring on what’s going on in the current one. More about this at Fagstein. Via Maclean’s.

2008 Canadian Election Results first appeared on The Map Room: A Weblog About Maps on April 7, 2011. Copyright © 2011 Jonathan Crowe. Distributed under a Creative Commons licence.

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