Ontario by the numbers
By Emily Chung
CBCNews.ca | Updated Aug. 31, 2007
Statistics on voter turnout and election history.
Ontario's changing, rearranging legislature
Party breakdowns before the 2007 vote
and after each of the past 10 elections
2007 quick facts
Stats from the past:
|Oak Ridges||Most voters in one riding||128,280|
|Temiskaming-Cochrane||Fewest voters in one riding||51,169|
|Huron-Bruce||Highest turnout in one riding||66.5%|
|Hamilton East||Lowest turnout in one riding||46.7%|
|Parkdale-High Park||Most candidates in one riding||8|
|1871:||Lowest ratio of candidates to seats: 1.9
Fewest candidates: 82 (tied with 1867)
|1898:||Highest turnout: 74.1%|
|1923:||Lowest turnout: 54.7 %|
|1929:||Last year when any seat was acclaimed|
|1995:||Most candidates overall: 651|
|1999:||Most candidates in a single riding: 10
Highest ratio of candidates to seats: 5.5
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