Seats are allocated from constituencies of roughly equal population.
In the EPL 70% of teams play in constituencies that voted to remain in the EU.
Constituencies in the UK are supposed to have broadly similar numbers of people living in them.
These days, a few small countries, including Israel and the Netherlands, treat their entire populations as single constituencies, and thereby get almost perfectly proportional representation.
Constituencies vary in size and in the number of representatives elected by them.
Rather than making constituencies more balanced, the EC is making them even less so.
But the party is targeting floating voters in marginal constituencies, and thinks it will do especially well in them.
In about 20 constituencies the opposition’s parliamentary candidate won office, even as their leader lost the presidential vote.
MPs represented particular constituencies rather than getting allocated seats from party lists as is often the case on the continent.
In general, such countries have adopted single-seat constituencies, though multimember constituencies are also possible.
In 1988 Singapore introduced “Group Representation Constituencies” (GRCs), into which some single-member constituencies were merged.
In its place came a mixture of single-member constituencies, where candidates would fight only against other parties, and huge multi-member constituencies.
Since constituencies are made up of much smaller council wards, we can redistribute votes in old constituencies to newly-created ones making use of local election results.
As geographic areas, constituencies often contain within their boundaries diverse, and sometimes incompatible, social, economic, religious, or ethnic interests, all of which seek to be represented.
The larger issue is that for too long, I think, candidates have taken for granted the constituencies that have been the backbone of the Democratic Party and have overlooked those constituencies.
For the parliamentary elections in 1992 there were 26 multiseat constituencies, subsequently the electoral law was amended to create 76 single-seat constituencies, and in 2008 it was decided to revert to 26 multiseat constituencies.
But we can assume that many of these adverts were narrowly targeted at constituencies the Brexit Party is trying to win from Labour – as those constituencies (such as Don Valley, Scunthorpe, and Wentworth and Dearne) were explicitly mentioned in the ads’ captions.
On June 22 the Council of Guardians confirmed that 50 constituencies had returned more votes than there were registered voters (the opposition alleged that as many as some three times that number of constituencies had a turnout greater than 100 percent of eligible voters).
When the boundaries of parliamentary constituencies change, it is clearly vital for analysts to have an idea of what the results of the previous election would have been had the new boundaries been in force and had people voted exactly as they did in their old constituencies.
"We believe pursuing full legalization would be resource intensive, presenting lawmakers with two-sided risk from constituencies adamantly opposing cannabis reform but more importantly from entrenched constituencies supporting the inefficiencies of what we estimate to be a $17 billion state licensed industry," the analysts wrote.
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We believe pursuing full legalization would be resource intensive presenting lawmakers with two-sided risk from constituencies adamantly opposing cannabis reform but more importantly from entrenched constituencies supporting the inefficiencies of what we estimate to be a 17 billion state licensed industry the analysts wrote