Is Vaughan race too close to call?

25 Nov

The popular website Election Prediction Project recently changed its prediction of the Vaughan byelection outcome to Too Close to Call.

It’s got a long explanation of how it comes up with its predictions.

Here’s a snippet:

Election Prediction Project attempt to predict the result of elections, through:

  • Making prediction of the overall result of an election by predicting the result of individual electoral districts.
  • Making prediction of the result of individual electoral districts through analysis of factual information and punditry specific to the electoral districts.

We’ve not seen any other polling recently. Have you? Let us know.

What do you think: is the Vaughan federal byelection too close to call? Will it stay Liberal? Will it turn Torie blue? Will the Greens place above the NDP?

Don’t forget to vote Monday. Find out more info about where at Elections Canada.

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4 Responses to “Is Vaughan race too close to call?”

  1. jad November 25, 2010 at 8:54 PM #

    there’s a problem with your links

    • vaughanelection November 25, 2010 at 9:06 PM #

      Thanks jad

      i will take a look – the back end here looked a bit different than usual when i did those…maybe i did it wrong!
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    • vaughanelection November 25, 2010 at 9:10 PM #

      And we’re fixed!
      Thanks for the heads up (it adds the http:// on its own now – that was the problem because i had typed it in!)

      Thanks again
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