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British Columbia Provincial Election 2001
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The 2001 UBC/National Post Election Stock Market is a financial market in which the ultimate values of the contracts being traded are based on the outcome of the next British Columbia Election to the Provincial Parliament in Victoria on Wednesday, May 16, 2001. For details regarding the contracts being traded consult the information in the trader's manual. appear below on this page.
 
Contract Party Market
May 15
Actual
(prelim.)
Avg.
Price
(Seats)
       Seats Market
BC01.S.LIB B.C. Liberal Party 94.5 75 76
BC01.S.NDP New Democratic Party 4.0 3 3
BC01.S.BCR B.C. Reform Party 0.1 0 0
BC01.S.OTR Other Parties 2.6 2 0
       Popular Vote Market
BC01.P.LIB B.C. Liberal Party 60.5   57.5
BC01.P.NDP New Democratic Party 17.3   21.6
BC01.P.BCR B.C. Reform Party 1.2   0.2
BC01.P.BCG B.C. Green Party 11.7   12.4
BC01.P.OTR Other Parties 7.5   8.3
       Majority Government Market
BC01.M.LIB Liberal Majority 99.9   100.0
BC01.M.NDP NDP Majority 0.1   0.0
BC01.M.OTR All other Outcomes 0.2   0.0

[Investment Statistics]

Market Activity (for visitors and traders)
See our markets in action: tables and charts of the seats market, popular vote market, and majority government market. We also provide a spreadsheet file with volume-weighted average prices to journalists and researchers.

Polls
See what the pollsters predict for the election outcome.

Links
Links to other important web sites: Governments, Elections Canada, news media, pollsters, and more.

Final 2001 Results
See the results from this provincial election, riding by riding. You can also use the new 2005 election forecaster to rank and project the 2001 election results in may different ways.

1996 Results
See the results from the 1996 provincial election, riding by riding.

Election Forecasting
Use our on-line election forecaster to translate predicted voter migration flows into seats in the provincial parliament.

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