Just look at the results published at Elections Ontario. The Progressive Conservatives received 40.49 % of the vote. But they won a large majority of the seats 76 out of 124 or 61 % of the seats. The second place left of centre NDP won 33.57 % of the vote only 7 % points less than the Conservatives but won 36 fewer seats or 32 % of the seats. Even worse the defeated Liberals won 19.5 % of the vote but only 7 seats or 5.6 % of the seats. The Greens won only one seat but received 5 % of the vote. If it were a proportional voting system the results would have been much closer. Conservatives 50 seats, NDP 42 seats, Liberals 24 seats, Greens 6 seats, other 2 seats. The huge discrepancy is striking . The proportional outcome reveals the true nature of divided opinion in the Ontario electorate and the closeness of the race. As it stands the party that will govern with a strong unearned majority represents the 2.322 million voters who voted for it. But a total of 1.926 million voters voted for the NDP, 1.124 million voted for the Liberals and .263 million voted Green for a total of 3.313 million who voted for the three principal centre centre left parties. Once again a minority will impose its will on a majority for the next four years. Electoral reform is long overdue.