Wednesday, December 24, 2014

The year to come

There are a number of things to look forward to in the coming year.

January 31st
South Australia (Provincial Level) election

Start of "Spring Election Season"

March 17th
Israel Election

March 22nd
Sweden Election

March 28th
New South Wales (Australia, Provincial Level) election

End of "Spring Election Season"

April 19th
Finland Election

May 7th
United Kingdom

May (undefined)
Ireland, Referendum, Gay Marriage

June 13th
Turkey

June 20th (latest)
Queensland (Australia, Provincial Level) election

July (undefined)
Mexico, congress

Start of "Fall Election Season"

October 11th
Portugal

October 18th
Switzerland

October 19th
Canada

October 25th
Argentina

October (undefined)
Poland

End of "Fall Election Season"

December (undefined)
Venezuela


You can expect a post by me about each of these. For now, simple predictions:

SA - Labor Win

Israel - Surprise Left Victory

Sweden - Huge uptick for SD

NSW - Coalition Win

Finland - no prediction as of yet

UK - Labour Minority

Ireland - NO Majority

Turkey - Re-election, majority

Queensland - Coalition Win

Mexico - PRI majority

Portugal - no prediction as of yet

Switzerland - trend of past decade continues, more SVP

Canada - Liberal minority

Argentina - no prediction as of yet

Poland - no prediction as of yet

Venezuela - Socialist Majority

3 comments:

  1. The polls in Ireland actually show a wide Yes lead.

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  2. South Australia held an election on March 15th, 2014. The Liberal party won the popular vote but Labour won one more seat and retained a minority government with the help of an independent M.L.A..

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  3. Queensland does not have the "Coalition" the Liberal party and National party merged in 2008 to form the Liberal National Party.

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