destiny A few days ago, Elections Quebec posted detailed results maps of the last general election posted online. Which political party is popular in your part of the country? The answer lies in our interactive map.
It shows results not only in 125 ridings, but also in 16,450 polling subdivisions across Quebec. This interactive map lets you see who voted for whom in each of them. Enter an address or postal code in the search bar at the top of the map or zoom here and there. In Montreal, a polling division is equivalent to a city block.
The Future Quebec Coalition (CAQ) has expanded its boundaries. Despite the advances of Conservative Party of Quebec (PCQ), a political party of Francois Legault The highest number of votes was received on October 3 In 64% of polling divisions, compared to 60% in 2018. On election day, CAQ received the highest number of votes in all polling divisions in 11 electoral districts. Quebec Liberal Party (PLQ; Jacques-Cartier and Robert-Baldwin), one Solidarity Quebec (QS; Gouin) and one Parti Québécois (PQ; Matane-Matapedia), notes destiny After disaggregating the data from Electoral Quebec. The PLQ and PQ colors – which changed power from 1970 to 2018 – were further and further removed from the map.
These results do not take into account early voting, as in this case the ballots of several divisions are combined in one box. Moreover, the early turnout rate varies widely from one riding to another, between a low of 9% in Ungava and a high of 41% in Louis-Hebert. Ballots of citizens who voted in offices of returning officers or in an educational institution are excluded for the same reasons.
The vast majority of caquis
Saint-Jules (Beaus-Nord) lost the title of the country’s steepest corner in Saguenay (Chicoutimi), in favor of Quebec’s des Oiseaux district. More than 80% of voters des Jaseurs, des Cigognes, des Condors and des Albatros supported their CAQ candidate André Laforest on 3 October.
In 2018, approximately 85% of the population of the municipality of Saint-Jules in Beauce voted for the CAQ. It is higher in Quebec than anywhere else. But over the past four years, many voters in Saint-Jules have turned away from the CAQ in favor of the PCQ. The proportion of caquis decreased significantly, from 85% to 47%. The Conservative vote has grown from less than 1% in 2018 to 46% in 2022. Saint-Julios was no different from other Beaucerons: they were torn between the CAQ and the PCQ on election day. The most conservative polling station is in Beauce, Saint-Honoré-de-Shenly, a 35-minute drive from Saint-Jules. Two-thirds of voters (68%) are behind Eric Duheim (153 out of 225 voters) October 3rd.
Moreover, the most liberal end of the country is not in Montreal, but in the archipelago of the Magdalen Islands. In fact, 85% of voters in Gros-Ille, home to many descendants of Scots, supported it. Dominic Anglade. A square formed by the streets Saint-Denis (west), Saint-Vallier (east), Bélanger (south) and Jean-Talon (north) – a street corner found in great solidarity in the riding of Govin. Maple has been represented by QS in the National Assembly since autumn, first followed by François David (2012-2017). Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois (In office since 2017). The electorate of Saint-Jean-de-Cherbourg, they overwhelmingly support the PQ and their deputy Pascal Bérubé.
near and far Horn Foundry
In Rouyn-Noranda-Témiscamingue, the data highlight a deep division of citizens over the issue of the horn smelter, which Benefits from Exemption to emit 33 times more arsenic per cubic meter than the Quebec standard, set at 3 ng/m3. Former Solidarity MP Émilise Lessard-Therrien has become a major battleground since her publication this summer, when doctors in the region published an open letter in which they denounced the consequences of heavy metals being released into the air on health.
The young farmer entered the National Assembly in 2018 after campaigning for the need to fight climate change. She then won 58 polling divisions, a number reduced to just 28 this year, concentrated near the smelter compared to the last ballot. Only one division crossed the 50% mark for QS votes in the riding and it was one of the three residential divisions near Foundry (noh 110) All this sheds new light on this victory for the CAQ to take a stand for dialogue with Glencore and the reduction of heavy metal emissions. In the next five years.
A split indigenous vote
Domestic community trends are illustrated by country. Atikamekw, Cree and Innu communities voted the most for QS. In the Duplessis riding of Mingon (inu), 45 out of 46 electors voted in favor of Quebec Solidaire on October 3. 94% of the 132 electorates in Waswanipi (Cree) are from the same community as the Solidarity candidate. Ungava, Mighty Labrecque-Saganash.
Kateri Champagne Jourdain, The The First Lady of the First Nation Elected to the National Assembly, her community members in Ushat Mak Mani-Uthenam on the north coast were only partially convinced. Five of the six polling divisions corresponding to their territory chose QS, with only one against CAQ.
The 15 Inuit communities in the riding of Ungava voted unanimously for the Liberal Party they represent.Kujuak Tunu is the former mayor of Napartuk. Dominic Anglade, the only party leader to travel to Nunavik during the campaign, called for a large turnout for the Crees and Inuit. However, Denis Lamothe of the CAQ won the seat.
Conservatives outside of Quebec
The PCQ was declared the winner in 79 polling subdivisions in Beuss-Nord, 2.1 times more than the CAQ (37), and 91 polling subdivisions in Beuss-Sud, 2.2 times more than the CAQ (42). Caquists Luc Provençal (Beaus-Nord) and Samuel Poulin (Beaus-Sud) were re-elected: first with 202 votes; First second with 428 votes. PCQ is popular in some places outside of the Greater Quebec City area, starting with English-speaking municipalities such as Hampstead and Côte-Saint-Luc on the island of Montreal. In D’Arcy-McGee, the Conservatives won 14 of the riding’s 148 polling divisions.
Some sectors of Chomedi in Laval also supported the PCQ. A good majority (55%) of voters are in the 100 border sectore The avenue between Boulevard Notre-Dame and Boulevard Normandy supported Eric Duhaime’s team.
The PCQ also did well north of Shawinigan, where it won a majority of the vote on polling day. In fact, 34% of voters on the shores of Lac à la Perchaude, Lac Barbotte and Lac du Canard voted for the PCQ, 27% for the CAQ, 17% for the PQ, 16% for the QS and 5% for the PLQ. Otherwise, their neighbors, including those living on the banks of the Lac des Piles, first voted for the CAQ candidate Marie-Louise Tardif.
The Steamroller Pascal Berube
If the PQ is blue on the political map, it is largely thanks to Pascal Bérubé. In fact, the Matane-Matapedia electorate, including the Metis beach-dwelling Anglophone electorate, once again rallied behind the PQ. There, voters preferred CAQ (15%), QS (8%), PCQ (8%)… and PQ (63%) over PLQ (6%). But voters in Saint-Jean-de-Cherbourg were overwhelmingly PQ (84%), where no one voted PLQ on Oct. 3, according to data from Elections Quebec.
Gaspésie mostly moved from “PQ Blue” to “CAQ Blue”. Voters in New Carlisle (Bonaventure). Rene Levesque increased, supporting first the PCQ (34%), then the PLQ (31%) and the PQ (12%) on October 3.
A portion of eastern Montreal on either side of Highway 25 is also “PQ blue,” much to the delight of the PQ leader, Paul Saint-Pierre PlamondonThis, then Withdrawal of solidarity candidate A pamphleteer, the CAQ managed to defeat MP – and candidate for his own succession – Richard Campeau. Proponents of a merger between the PQ and the QS, especially in the form of non-alliance agreements in some key constituencies, will probably see the absence of one of these two “libertarians, progressives and environmentalists” in the show. Race complicates matters for the CAQ.
Progress from other parties in Montreal
Bloc Montréal (BM) secured its place on the map by winning the largest number of votes from a section of Montreal’s Saint-Laurent riding – almost half of the 178 ballots submitted on October 3. The party, led by Balrama Holness, intended to promote the interests of Montrealers by granting greater economic autonomy to the metropolis, particularly by seeking to generate 20% of the CST in the Montreal region. By taxing vehicles entering the island with $5, based in the metropolis. BM, however, did not penetrate further into the top; It happened 5e In four polling divisions of Marguerite-Bourjois and one division of Robert-Baldwin.
The Canadian Party of Quebec (PCQ-CPQ) lost its bid. In response to the PLQ’s nationalist turn, Colin Standish this year began training that included the province’s bilingualism in six basic principles. However, his message did not resonate with English-speaking communities: the PCQ-CPQ was in the top five in only four seats, Robert-Baldwin, D’Arcy-McGee and Saint-Laurent, in three ridings polling divisions west of Montreal.