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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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David Walker 4h
Why polling is even less certain that you think, why the Australian election result should not have been such a surprise, and why election analysts need to be more careful. An article for @CEOMagazineAU quoting .
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Rikki Lambert 7h
Congratulations senators Fawcett and senators-elect and Antic on winning the six SA Senate seats in today. If couldn't win, this was the most Common Sense alternative.
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Sorceror43 Jun 17
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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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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LionsTalk 11h
Christian Evangelicals and their Messiah
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john Smith Jun 17
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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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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Oliver Pocock Jun 12
When the recession finally comes, people will look around in confusion and ask "Why didn't anybody warn us?" We tried. You didn't listen.
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💧Grunta Jun 13
A month on from and it feels like most of OZ media has spoken of nothing but the opposition. Dear Oz media, could you please get over the Union & ALP bashing and start holding the Gov to account for the plethora of lies & broken election promises. .
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Sorceror43 3h
3rd Lib finished with 0.93 quotas, far ahead of Derryn Hinch's 0.58.
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Antony Green Jun 12
preferences have reduced 13 candidates to 4 with Independent Modica 4th and being excluded today. When completed we find out whether the Labor or Liberal candidate is third. If Labor finishes third the race between LIB and NAT will be worth watching.
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Political Alert Jun 16
New South Wales Senators have been decided
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Sorceror43 Jun 13
Mayo final two party: 52.5% to Lib, a 0.7% swing to Labor. SA final: 50.7-49.3 to Labor, a 1.6% swing to the Libs.
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Australian Voice Jun 14
"Then they came for the Journos, and nobody knew anything after that" Still not right. Journalists have been telling lies for decades. Remember the Cold War? USSR never planned to invade Europe. Vietnamese never attacked US Navy. Israel did Twin Towers...
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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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Political Alert Jun 13
Initial funding payments made for the 2019 federal election
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💧jansant💧 24h
Bernardi's far right Australian Conservatives considering joining the Scott Morrison led Liberals. Liberals handing out for Benardi far right senate candidates during - nothing to see according to some local media.
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