Posted by: nativeiowan | August 28, 2010

democracy S.I. style

I have taken the info received thus far and turned it into numbers…

This shows us the % of the vote cast in a constituency that “elected” the new member to parliament. It clearly exemplifies for me the flawed nature of the S.I. electoral system. When an elected leader (or more to the point… when 80% of the elected parliamentarians) have less than 50% of vote cast to attain office then we are in a never ending state of confused disagreement.

1 C Hon 15% Fagui
2 S Ch 18% Muala
3 W Kwar 18% Iduri
4 W. Mak 19% hamori
5 Cent Prov 24% Kemakeza
6 S Mala 25% Hou
7 Baegu 25% Kaua
8 Vatud 25% Forau
9 Lau 26% Folotalu
10 ulawa 26% tora
11 S vel 26% alex
12 WNG 28% jr T
13 Nende 30% Mewa
14 NW Ch 30% sadakabatu
15 Pele 31% maga
16 N Guale 31% sopange
17 Maringe 33% Lonbamai
18 C Mak 34% teremae
19 E Kwaio 35% Tom
20 Hograno 35% Riumana
21 Fataleka 37% Abana
22 Aoke 37% Wale
23 Morov 37% Rini
24 E guale 38% Tovosia
25 E Hon 39% ete
26 Ran/Sim 39% Sigoto
27 SNG 39% Phillip
28 Giz/Kol 41% GDL
29 nw guale 42% bobo
30 C Kwar 44% Jackson
31 N Vel 45% Tozaka
32 renbel 48% gukuna
33 N Mala 50% rasta
34 ShrtLds 50% Laore
35 W hon 57% Tran
36 c guale 58% shanel
37 Gao 67% manatoali
38 E Mala 71% Mealanga
39 NE CH 72% sagavare
40 NNG 74% JDT

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