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Voting by inmates

Summary

On average, around 2,000 inmates vote in general elections.

Elections

  • Detention facilities include youth centres.
  • The number of votes cast is established by adding the number of valid ballots and the number of rejected ballots.
  • Voter turnout is established by calculating the number of votes cast in relation to the number of registered electors.

General Elections

Date Electoral divisions involved Voter turnout Votes Registered electors Detention facilities
Octobre 1, 2018 123 82.39% 1,310 1,590 53
April 7, 2014 125 81.70% 2,247 2,751 60
September 4, 2012 125 85.50% 2,477 2,899 64
December 8, 2008 125 79.56% 2 ,265 2,847 66
March 26, 2007 125 54.29% 1,539 2,835 69
April 14, 2003 125 73.46% 2,145 2,920 36
November 30, 1998 125 74.46% 2,318 3,113 36
September 12, 1994 125 74.41% 2,617 3,517 37
September 25, 1989 125 73.10% 2,194 3,001 40
December 2, 1985 121 73.50% 2,441 3,321 49
April 13, 1981 119 62.59% 1,004 1,604 29

By-elections

Date Electoral division Voter turnout Votes Registered electors Detention facilities
April 11, 2022 Marie-Victorin 100% 2 2 2

Referendums

Year 1919 1980 1992 1995
Electoral divisions involved   30  29  27 
Detention facilities   41  38  33 
Registered electors   4,120  4,416  4,874 
Yes option   2,398  627  2,758 
No option   639  2,646  1,066 
Valid ballots   3,037  3,273  3,824 
Rejected ballots   139  123  211 
Votes   3,176  3,396  4,035 
Voter turnout   77.1%  76.9% 81.1% 

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