Federal Election Dashboard launched using Forum’s
Federal Election Dashboard goes live, providing instant analysis of party
standing in the next Canadian Parliament.
No need to wait for election night, find out now who will form Canada’s
next government because, after all, “elections aren’t about winning votes,
they’re about winning seats,” Dr. Lorne Bozinoff, President of Forum Research.
Toronto, July 26th, 2019 – Today, Forum launches its Federal Election Dashboard. The dashboard uses Forum’s Fuzion™ platform and is powered by Microsoft’s Power BI visualization tool.
The Fuzion™ platform offers users
multiple ways to look at Forum’s industry-leading Federal datasets, including a
chamber view that projects what a government would look like based on our
results, and a national view that shows where each party is projecting to
secure seats, by province.
All with one click.
Additionally, users will have access
to three years of Forum’s industry-leading Federal datasets, going back to
Our party profiles show each party’s
trendline since 2016 and the approval rating of their leader; users can filter
by date to see snapshots of how each party was doing at a given point in time.
The Fuzion™ platform is part of
Forum’s True Transparency™ initiative and is available for free, on
The Forum Poll™ website, click here to access the Dashboard: http://poll.forumresearch.com/powerbi/
“The Fuzion platform is the next
evolution in political data visualization. It looks as sharp as it is easy to
use; and it looks really sharp,” said Dr. Lorne
Bozinoff, President of Forum Research. “In
2015, our Federal election prediction was the most accurate in Canada. Now,
with Fuzion, Forum is leading the way again; every political influencer in
Canada will have Fuzion bookmarked by the end of the campaign.”
To find out
how the Fuzion™ platform can power your business’ data, please contact:
Bozinoff, Ph.D., president and founder of Forum Research. firstname.lastname@example.org or at