More than 80 per cent of B.C. voters did not vote for the Green Party.
Some Green Party policies, which more than 80 per cent of the province voted against, may be adopted.
Both the NDP and Green Party committed to proportional representation during the 2015 election, with little discussion of the costs of that particular voting system.
The issue of electoral reform received very little attention during the 2015 campaign.
Under proportional representation, voters effectively provide a sample of their opinions and the parties decide who will govern.
In the past decade, four provincial governments pushing for electoral reform put the question to the people.