So 52.6% of eligible voters decide to cast ballots; only 39% choose to even touch the question of electoral reform (rejecting it with 63% of ’em aginnit). The Liberals are awarded a ‘historic’ majority because 65% of said 52.6% thought John Tory was the engineer of a big Blue train wreck and were loathe to give him the opportunity to derail the entire province (Howard who?) Oh, and the Greens receive 8%, nearly tripling their share of the popular vote in 2003 — and getting zero seats in return.
Bottom line: almost half the electorate had better things to do.
Tell me again how the status quo is just hunky dory?