Parti québécois: 33% - 72 seats
Parti libéral: 27% - 36 seats
Coalition Avenir: 22% - 15 seats
Québec solidaire: 7% - 2 seats
Parti vert: 5%
Option nationale: 1%
Phew, what a roster. It's more than a bit pathetic that on 33% of the vote, the PQ wins a massive majority.
Makes you wonder, though, doesn't it? For all the NDP brag about being the "federalist" alternative, Quebeckers seem more than happy to vote for strictly sovereigntist parties, which is PQ + QS + ON, or 41%. Clearly Quebeckers didn't embrace federalism all that much.
Here's a curious question, as well: will the NDP, as a party, throw their endorsement behind one of the provincial parties in Quebec? Or will it be anarchy, so to speak? I think about a dozen MPs have direct links to Québec solidaire, and probably more has had some sort of flirting affiliation with the pequistes.
Oh wow, wouldn't that be a fun headline - "NDP MPs back Marois government." Lawl.