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Queensland votes: how the numbers are falling for Labor

Mathematician Adrian Beaumont discusses the election results to date: 

‘The pollsters’ estimate of a narrow but clear 52-48 LNP win after preferences was wrong, partly owing to the high Greens vote, but mostly because preferences were clearly much more favourable to Labor than at the 2012 election.’

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