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CHARBONNEAU – The psychology of B.C. voters

(Image: McLean’s)

AT FIRST GLANCE, it looked like the split between Interior and Lower Mainland voters was along the usual lines of social values.

Cities tend to support liberal social values such as gay marriage, women’s rights, support of immigration, treatment for drug addicts, and poverty reduction. Rural dwellers support conservative values such as the integrity of the conventional family, individualism, and a no-nonsense approach to addiction.

An electoral map illustrates the divide between conservatives (BC Liberal) and progressives (NDP-Greens) with the interior coloured red and the coast and lower mainland orange and green.

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