Can you predict the outcome of Canada’s 43rd federal election?

In 2015, I collected predictions for the outcome of the federal election. It was a semi-scientific, just-for-fun endeavor, but one that I want to try again. When I was done, I analyzed the predictions and wrote up a little report, available on my blog.

This election is looking to be a close call (again), so I’m collecting predictions just for fun. Tell your friends!

I’m offering a beer to whoever (over drinking age) makes the best prediction.

Here’s the link:

You can make as many predictions as you like (but please give me an email address if you make more than one so I can combine yours together in analysis). The page will stop accepting new predictions when the last poll closes in Newfoundland on 2019 October 21.

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This is the personal blog of Benjamin Gregory Carlisle PhD. Queer; Academic; Queer academic. "I'm the research fairy, here to make your academic problems disappear!"

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