Canada’s Liberal Party Lost the ‘Popular Vote’ Again, but Still Won — and That’s Fine | National Review

Canada’s Liberal Party Lost the ‘Popular Vote’ Again, but Still Won — and That’s Fine | National Review

Herewith, your regularly scheduled reminder that when progressives complain about mismatches between the “popular vote” and the overall electoral outcome, they are really complaining about a core principle of Anglo-American democracy: localism.

Back in 2020, I noted that, despite having won fewer votes than the Conservative party overall, the Canadian Liberal party had won 36 more seats in parliament:

Take Canada, which is without question an “advanced democracy.” In 2019 — that’s last year — Justin Trudeau was elected as prime minister despite his party losing the “popular vote,” and despite not a single Canadian voter asking for him to fill the role. Wegman





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