2019 Canadian federal election

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2019 Canadian federal election

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All 338 seats in the House of Commons
170 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
Turnout65.95%[1] (Decrease2.35pp)
  First party Second party Third party
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Leader Justin Trudeau Andrew Scheer Yves-François Blanchet
Party Liberal Conservative Bloc Québécois
Leader since April 14, 2013 May 27, 2017 January 17, 2019
Leader's seat Papineau Regina—Qu'Appelle Beloeil—Chambly[a]
Last election 184 seats, 39.47% 99 seats, 31.89% 10 seats, 4.66%
Seats before 177 95 10
Seats won 157 121 32
Seat change Decrease20 Increase26 Increase22
Popular vote 5,915,950 6,155,662 1,376,135
Percentage 33.07% 34.41% 7.69%
Swing Decrease6.40pp Increase2.52pp Increase3.03pp

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
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Leader Jagmeet Singh Elizabeth May Maxime Bernier
Party New Democratic Green People's
Leader since October 1, 2017 August 27, 2006 September 14, 2018
Leader's seat Burnaby South Saanich—Gulf Islands Beauce
(lost re-election)
Last election 44 seats, 19.71% 1 seat, 3.45% pre-creation
Seats before 39 2 1
Seats won 24 3 0
Seat change Decrease15 Increase1 Decrease1
Popular vote 2,849,214 1,162,361 292,808
Percentage 15.93% 6.50% 1.64%
Swing Decrease3.78pp Increase3.07pp pre-creation

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Popular vote by province, with graphs indicating the number of seats won within that province. (Because seats are awarded by the popular vote in each riding, the provincial popular vote does not necessarily translate to more seats.)

Prime Minister before election

Justin Trudeau
Liberal

Prime Minister after election

Justin Trudeau
Liberal

The 2019 Canadian federal election (formally the 43rd Canadian general election) took place on October 21, 2019.[2]

Results[change | change source]

Party Votes Seats
Liberal 5,911,588 33.1% Decrease 6.4%
157 / 338 (46%)
Conservative 6,150,177 34.4% Increase 2.5%
121 / 338 (36%)
Bloc Québécois 1,377,234 7.7% Increase 3%
32 / 338 (9%)
New Democratic 2,845,949 15.9% Decrease 3.8%
24 / 338 (7%)
Green 1,160,694 6.5% Increase 3.1%
3 / 338 (0.9%)
Independent 75,827 0.4% Increase 3.1%
1 / 338 (0.3%)
People's 292,661 1.6% N/A
0 / 338 (0%)

Opinion polling[change | change source]

Pre-campaign opinion polling with 95% accuracy

References[change | change source]

  1. "Canadian election drew nearly 66% of registered voters". CBC.ca. October 22, 2019. Retrieved October 25, 2019.
  2. "Amendment to Canada Elections Act". Queen's Printer for Canada. November 6, 2006. Retrieved July 29, 2011.

Notes

  1. Not the incumbent, but stood in this seat and won.