A regularly updated thread following the action, if any, in the campaign for the by-election to replace Joe Hockey in the safe Liberal seat of North Sydney.
A progressively updated post reporting on the campaign for the Canning by-election. LATEST UPDATE (15/9): In the last hours of Tony Abbott's leadership, ReachTEL recorded a 57-43 lead to the Liberals under a then-hypothetical Malcolm Turnbull prime ministership.
Live coverage of the Griffith by-election count, featuring booth-matched swing calculations and result projections.
The definitive end of the Kevin Rudd era likewise means the end of the longest federal by-election drought in over 60 years, in what looms as a fascinating early test for Tony Abbott and Bill Shorten alike.
I held off doing a post on yesterday’s unconvincing Morgan phone poll result in the hope they would give us a face-to-face poll this week, but either they’ve gone on Christmas break or are returning to their old pattern of combining results fortnightly. Yesterday’s effort was a phone poll from a sample of just 493 […]
HIGGINS # % SWING 2PP O’Dwyer (LIB) 34764 54.4% 0.2% 59.6% Hamilton (GRN) 20778 32.5% 22.2% 40.4% Australian Sex Party 2084 3.3% Liberal Democrats 311 0.5% Australian Democrats 1455 2.3% 1.1% One Nation 199 0.3% Democratic Labor Party 2452 3.8% Independents 1828 2.9% TOTAL 63871 COUNTED: 72.5% BOOTHS (OF 38): 38 BRADFIELD # % SWING […]
Friday, December 4 Ben Raue of the Tally Room cases the joint, and reports the following intelligence concerning the Christian Democratic Party: Apparently the party has divided the seat’s polling booths between the nine candidates. Each candidate has their own how-to-vote card which puts themselves first then goes to all the other CDP candidates through […]