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Late counting: Legislative Council

A post for ongoing coverage and discussion of late counting for the Legislative Council.

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Late counting: Legislative Assembly

A post for ongoing coverage and discussion of doubtful seats for the Legislative Assembly.

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Victorian election: the day after

As Victoria ushers in its second change of government at successive elections, a summary of what happened and where.

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Victorian election live

Live coverage of counting for the 2014 Victorian election.

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Newspoll, Fairfax-Ipsos and ReachTEL: 52-48 to Labor in Victoria

After all the late-campaign talk of a Labor blowout, the final polls of the campaign all have their two-party lead within the margin of error.

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Victorian election upper house guide

Better late than never (I hope), a guide to the election for the eight five-member regions that constitute Victoria’s Legislative Council.

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Galaxy: 52-48 to Labor in Victoria

Galaxy’s final poll of the Victorian state election campaign is very much like those that preceded it, showing Labor still on course for a modest victory. Also featured: pre-poll booth exit polling, a surprise SMS poll result from Morgan, and sundry scuttlebutt about seat-level prospects.

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Essential Research: 53-47 to Labor in Victoria

A final Essential Research poll lands right on the poll trend target, although its field work period extends back to three weeks ago.

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Morgan SMS poll: 52-48 to Labor in Victoria

A sharp movement to the Coalition in the latest Victorian election SMS poll from Roy Morgan, bringing it into line with the recent Galaxy result.

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Victorian election minus one week

Press reports continue to indicate that both sides believe it to be very tight in the crucial sandbelt seats, but statewide published polls still show Labor on course for a comfortable victory.

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