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Antony Green Jun 11
2PP figure out for Warringah, Liberal 52.1%, Labor 47.9%, swing to Labor of 9%. 76% of preferences from Independents and minor parties flowed to Labor. Given Steggall had an open how-to-vote, that's quite a rejection of former Liberal MP Tony Abbott.
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Sorceror43 3h
With all votes now counted to two party, the Coalition won the national two party vote by 51.53-48.47, a 1.17% swing to the Coalition. In NSW, it was 51.8-48.2, a 1.3% swing to the Coalition. The Libs got 69.8% in Farrer, a swing to Labor of 0.7%.
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john Smith 2h
The final Senate seat has been decided in ; the Greens won the last Qld Seat. Labor only got 1 out of 6 Senators from Qld. Both the LNP and the ALP/Greens end up with 35 senators each.
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Antony Green Jun 10
Measuring the impact of abolishing group voting tickets in the 2016 Senate changes - with the chance of fluke victory by preference 'harvesting' now gone, the number of parties/groups nominating is starting to decline
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💧Gay Thew Jun 8
Sold you you by the greatest conman in the country the
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Senator Jim Molan Jun 11
This afternoon, I have conceded that I will not be elected to the Senate at the 2019 election. Thank you to all 132,472 (and counting) of you who have voted for me for your support. My full statement below.
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Political Alert Jun 16
New South Wales Senators have been decided
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Margaret Morgan ✒📚 🎬 May 28
these cases must be challenged, not simply because a successful case might lead to a by-election that Labor could win. This sort of deception needs to be confronted on the basis of principle.
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Bevan Shields May 23
What sort of Prime Minister will Scott Morrison be? With a commanding authority over the party room and a divided Labor opposition, he could be around for quite a while.
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Michael Rowland May 20
Politics is such a brutal game..
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Sorceror43 Jun 12
Cowper final two party is 61.9% to Nat, a 0.7% swing to Labor. So a 2.2% swing to Nat vs Oakeshott, but 0.7% to Labor. Suggests Nats succeeded by tieing Oakeshott to Labor.
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Bianca Hall May 24
'Unrelentingly partisan': Did the Murdoch press sway the election? via
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💧Grunta May 30
Dear Australian Media (most anyway) could you please, now that is done & the won, could you maybe start pushing the gov on its policies with the same vigor as you're pushing the ALP's theirs? the ones that wont be implemented for 3yrs if they're elected.
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BUYERS BEWARE! PEOPLE should be careful of BUYING ANYTHING built AFTER PRIVATE FOR PROFIT APPROVALS were allowed. Not just high rise. One way to stop this? DON'T BUY NEW!
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Troy Simpson May 31
Besides from ads, the 3 ‘news’ stories on my feed are: is it good for Bill Shorten to stay in Parliament?; Bill Shorten’s ‘poor track record’; & Bill Shorten’s alleged leadership ambitions. Isn’t there a government to be holding to account?
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Tim James Jun 5
This was an appalling attack on a local volunteer doing the right thing in our democratic process. I hope an example is made of Mr Economides. No excuses.
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The New Daily Jun 16
Exclusive: Labor is bracing for a $1.8 million budget black hole after budgeting for a higher primary vote, but insists a contingency fund will lessen the blow.
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Mark ✊🏻 Jun 10
our retail sector is now in recession ⚠️ survey data shows people just aren’t spending money.. because incomes are either stagnant, or cut ✂️ cost of living keeps going up Josh Frydenberg cannot spin a “strong economy” for much longer
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Nick Evershed May 26
It's a myth that Aussie battlers handed the Coalition its election victory - brings some new data to the election analysis
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