Mapping #LeafsNation

Mapping #LeafsNation

Published April 25, 2018

Based on data collected from our Echoes initiative, we mapped support for the Toronto Maple Leafs across Ontario

Use the map below to explore Ontarians’ NHL loyalties. Underneath the map we have ranked each riding in the province in terms of their support for the Blue and White.

“Ontario is a pretty die-hard Leafs province. The only places where support for the Habs or the Senators outpaces that of the Leafs is in the very east of the province,” says Justin Savoie, data scientist at Vox Pop Labs.

Select any riding in the map below to see how support is distributed among the Canadian NHL teams.

Support for the Leafs by riding

1. Burlington—65%
2. Haliburton–Kawartha Lakes–Brock—65%
3. London–Fanshawe—65%
4. Markham–Thornhill—65%
5. Mississauga East–Cooksville—65%
6. Oxford—65%
7. Scarborough–Rouge Park—65%
8. St. Catharines—65%
9. Wellington–Halton Hills—65%
10. Whitby—65%
11. York–Simcoe—65%
12. Barrie–Springwater–Oro-Medonte—64%
13. Don Valley North—64%
14. Markham–Stouffville—64%
15. Oshawa—64%
16. Aurora–Oak Ridges–Richmond Hill—63%
17. Barrie–Innisfil—63%
18. Beaches–East York—63%
19. Brampton East—63%
20. Brantford–Brant—63%
21. Dufferin–Caledon—63%
22. Elgin–Middlesex–London—63%
23. Newmarket–Aurora—63%
24. Niagara Centre—63%
25. Scarborough–Agincourt—63%
26. Vaughan–Woodbridge—63%
27. Willowdale—63%
28. Brampton North—62%
29. Bruce–Grey–Owen Sound—62%
30. Eglinton–Lawrence—62%
31. Essex—62%
32. Etobicoke North—62%
33. Flamborough–Glanbrook—62%
34. Haldimand–Norfolk—62%
35. Huron–Bruce—62%
36. King–Vaughan—62%
37. Parry Sound–Muskoka—62%
38. Richmond Hill—62%
39. Scarborough North—62%
40. Thornhill—62%
41. York South–Weston—62%
42. Brampton South—61%
43. Cambridge—61%
44. Chatham-Kent–Leamington—61%
45. Don Valley West—61%
46. Durham—61%
47. Lambton–Kent–Middlesex—61%
48. Markham–Unionville—61%
49. Mississauga–Lakeshore—61%
50. Oakville North–Burlington—61%
51. Pickering–Uxbridge—61%
52. Scarborough Centre—61%
53. Simcoe–Grey—61%
54. Brampton Centre—60%
55. Davenport—60%
56. Etobicoke–Lakeshore—60%
57. Hamilton Centre—60%
58. Milton—60%
59. Mississauga Centre—60%
60. Niagara Falls—60%
61. Niagara West—60%
62. Scarborough Southwest—60%
63. Toronto–Danforth—60%
64. Don Valley East—59%
65. Mississauga–Malton—59%
66. Scarborough–Guildwood—59%
67. Brampton West—58%
68. Hamilton Mountain—58%
69. Nickel Belt—58%
70. Perth–Wellington—58%
71. Sudbury—58%
72. Toronto Centre—58%
73. Waterloo—58%
74. York Centre—58%
75. Ajax—57%
76. Etobicoke Centre—57%
77. Mississauga–Erin Mills—57%
78. Sarnia–Lambton—57%
79. University–Rosedale—57%
80. Hamilton West–Ancaster–Dundas—56%
81. London North Centre—56%
82. Northumberland–Peterborough South—56%
83. Oakville—56%
84. Kitchener–Conestoga—55%
85. Parkdale–High Park—55%
86. London West—54%
87. Hamilton East–Stoney Creek—53%
88. Humber River–Black Creek—53%
89. Kitchener Centre—53%
90. Toronto–St. Paul’s—53%
91. Guelph—52%
92. Kitchener South–Hespeler—52%
93. Simcoe North—52%
94. Spadina–Fort York—52%
95. Windsor–Tecumseh—50%
96. Mississauga–Streetsville—48%
97. Thunder Bay–Rainy River—42%
98. Timmins–James Bay—42%
99. Sault Ste. Marie—41%
100. Kenora—37%
101. Thunder Bay–Superior North—37%
102. Algoma–Manitoulin–Kapuskasing—36%
103. Leeds–Grenville–Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes—35%
104. Bay of Quinte—31%
105. Peterborough–Kawartha—31%
106. Kingston and the Islands—28%
107. Windsor West—28%
108. Hastings–Lennox and Addington—24%
109. Lanark–Frontenac–Kingston—24%
110. Stormont–Dundas–South Glengarry—24%
111. Nipissing–Timiskaming—20%
112. Ottawa Centre—17%
113. Carleton—16%
114. Ottawa South—16%
115. Ottawa–Vanier—16%
116. Renfrew–Nipissing–Pembroke—15%
117. Kanata–Carleton—13%
118. Nepean—13%
119. Glengarry–Prescott–Russell—12%
120. Orléans—12%
121. Ottawa West–Nepean—12%

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