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These two maps show election results in an unknown region following a 1982 and 1986 election.
In the first map, both Liberal and Conservative parties are evenly matched with 5 zones each and the Democratic party is in the minority with only 1 zone. The 1986 election results were somewhat different. After the election, the Democratic party is eliminated entirely, more three of the five Liberal zones shift to Conservative, leaving the Conservative party with a sweeping majority. In fact, after the 1986 election, the Conservative party is dominant in all but two zones. A comparison of the two maps suggests that voting is relatively consistent, since a total of 7 zones maintained their party affiliation and only 4 shifted towards new candidates. Since all originally Conservative zones remained Conservative, it appears that Conservative voters are particularly steadfast in their voting tendencies. Within only two maps to compare, it’s difficult to predict future trends, as the changes after these particular elections may have been incidental.