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A QuickFacts of previous Newfoundland and Labrador election results

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - A look at the number of seats won in Newfoundland and Labrador general elections since 1949, and the standings in the legislature at dissolution:

At dissolution: Progressive Conservatives 43, Liberals, four, NDP one.

2007: Progressive Conservatives 44, Liberals three, NDP one.

2003: Progressive Conservatives 34, Liberals 12, NDP two.

1999: Liberals 32, Progressive Conservatives 14, NDP two.

1996: Liberals 37, Progressive Conservatives nine, NDP one, non-affiliated or Independents one.

1993: Liberals 35, Progressive Conservatives 16, NDP one.

1989: Liberals 31, Progressive Conservatives 21.

1985: Progressive Conservatives 36, Liberals 15, NDP one.

1982: Progressive Conservatives 44, Liberals eight.

1979: Progressive Conservatives 33, Liberals 19.

1975: Progressive Conservatives 30, Liberals 16, non-affiliated candidates or Independents five.

1972: Progressive Conservatives 33, Liberals nine.

1971: Progressive Conservatives 21, Liberals 20, non-affiliated or Independents one.

1966: Liberals 39, Progressive Conservatives three.

1962: Liberals 34, Progressive Conservatives seven, non-affiliated or Independents one.

1959: Liberals 31, Progressive Conservatives three, non-affiliated or Independents two.

1956: Liberals 32, Progressive Conservatives four.

1951: Liberals 24, Progressive Conservatives four.

1949: Liberals 22, Progressive Conservatives five, non-affiliated or Independents one.

(Source: Elections Newfoundland and Labrador)

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