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EMRS: Liberal 48, Labor 25, Greens 21 in Tasmania

The first Tasmanian state poll since Will Hodgman’s March election victory shows a big rise in support for the Greens, although it’s not clear how meaningful that is.

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Huon and Rosevears live

Live coverage of the count for today’s elections in the Tasmanian Legislative Council seats of Huon and Rosevears.

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Tasmanian upper house elections: Huon and Rosevears

Seven weeks after their landslide election win, Tasmania’s Liberals are hoping to remain on the front foot at tomorrow’s elections for two of the state’s 15 upper house seats.

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Tasmanian election late counting update

The Tasmanian election has been sadly neglected at this place, but here at least is a review of the results, and an opportunity to follow the down-to-the-wire race for the last seat in Braddon.

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Tasmanian election call of the board

One clear change of government overnight at least, with a landslide win for Will Hodgman’s Liberals and a grim night for Labor, Greens and PUP alike.

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Tasmanian election live

A thread for discussion of the Tasmanian election count as the results roll in.

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Newspoll: Liberal 53, Labor 23, Greens 16 in Tasmania

Newspoll’s pre-election entry for Tasmania points to humiliation for Labor and an emphatic majority win for the Liberals.

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ReachTEL: Liberal 47, Labor 25, Greens 17 in Tasmania

A new Tasmanian state poll finds the Liberals shedding support to the Palmer United Party, but still well placed to secure a parliamentary majority at the March 15 election.

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EMRS: Liberal 50, Labor 23, Greens 17 in Tasmania

No respite for Tasmania’s 16-year-old government as it prepares to face the electoral chopping block on March 15.

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Tasmanian election: March 15

Another headache for election watchers as Tasmania again goes to the polls on the same day as South Australia.

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