Qld election 2017—the count

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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby pinkeye » 11 Dec 2017, 00:19

Not to mention the 'nice' smiley :)
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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby MilesAway » 11 Dec 2017, 12:32

johnsmith wrote:
MilesAway wrote:So do I: that’s why I’m not changing it!


that's as good a reason as any to leave it :thumb

We agree on something!

We used to gree on everything but I suppose we got sick of that routine somewhere along the line.

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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby Aussie » 12 Dec 2017, 15:52

Aussie wrote:
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HBS Guy wrote:I saw that! Pretty chirpy for someone down with the flu!

Next weeks LNP Party meeting will be people trying hard to decline being made Leader! :jump :jump :jump


i'm betting the libs go back to John-Paul Langbroek ... they're to stupid to do anything else


Nah..he's yesterday's man. I reckon Mander.


Deb Frecklington Leader, Mander (former NRL Referee) is Deputy.....Langbroek is yesterday's man.
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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby MilesAway » 12 Dec 2017, 16:49

Aussie wrote:
Aussie wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
HBS Guy wrote:I saw that! Pretty chirpy for someone down with the flu!

Next weeks LNP Party meeting will be people trying hard to decline being made Leader! :jump :jump :jump


i'm betting the libs go back to John-Paul Langbroek ... they're to stupid to do anything else


Nah..he's yesterday's man. I reckon Mander.


Deb Frecklington Leader, Mander (former NRL Referee) is Deputy.....Langbroek is yesterday's man.

Is that the first time they’ve elected a woman?
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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby Aussie » 12 Dec 2017, 17:02

Is that the first time they’ve elected a woman?


Yes.....(well.....in my living memory anyway.)
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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby pinkeye » 12 Dec 2017, 20:23

Aussie wrote:
Aussie wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
HBS Guy wrote:I saw that! Pretty chirpy for someone down with the flu!

Next weeks LNP Party meeting will be people trying hard to decline being made Leader! :jump :jump :jump


i'm betting the libs go back to John-Paul Langbroek ... they're to stupid to do anything else


Nah..he's yesterday's man. I reckon Mander.


Deb Frecklington Leader, Mander (former NRL Referee) is Deputy.....Langbroek is yesterday's man.


Like I said.... :bgrin :Hi
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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby HBS Guy » 14 Dec 2017, 19:53

http://www.abc.net.au/news/qld-election-2017/results/list/?selector=all&sort=az

Going by that Labor have 48 seats. No seat in doubt.

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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby pinkeye » 14 Dec 2017, 20:45

interesting link, thanks.


It appears like 1 Green 2 Kat ? ONP

very interesting
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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby Aussie » 14 Dec 2017, 20:56

pinkeye wrote:interesting link, thanks.


It appears like 1 Green 2 Kat ? ONP

very interesting


KAP 3, Green 1, PHON 1.

I think.
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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby pinkeye » 14 Dec 2017, 21:32

:tweed :tweed

So we still wait for the final score.
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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby HBS Guy » 14 Dec 2017, 21:36

ABC says no doubtful seats.
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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby HBS Guy » 14 Dec 2017, 23:00

One Nation preferences made no difference in Qld results:
Preference counts by the Electoral Commission of Queensland decisively torpedo the theory repeatedly advanced by the Australian — without any evidence — that One Nation’s decision to preference against sitting members in most seats cost the LNP the election.

The actual counts show that One Nation voters took little notice of their party’s how-to-vote card, if they ever saw it. But unlike last year’s federal election, when Pauline Hanson’s supporters split their preferences almost evenly between the two major parties, this election saw them consistently prefer the Coalition.

In the small number of seats where One Nation officially directed preferences to Labor, the election results show 58 per cent of its voters ignored the ticket, and instead gave their preferences to the LNP. Only 42 per cent went to Labor.

In the seats where the party directed preferences to the LNP, 68.5 per cent did so, while the other 31.5 per cent, almost one in three, preferenced Labor.

A 180-degree difference in voting directions made only a small difference to what voters did. The numbers imply that only one in ten One Nation voters followed the party ticket, with the other 90 per cent doing as they pleased.


http://insidestory.org.au/queensland-a-final-note-on-preferences/

And the article concludes with:
The really decisive figures in this election were the first preference votes. Labor won 35.4 per cent of the votes, the LNP 33.7 per cent. More than anything else, that explains how Labor won the election.


Neither of those are scintillating primary figures!

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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby MilesAway » 14 Dec 2017, 23:40

HBS Guy wrote:ABC says no doubtful seats.

So Katter got three?
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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby HBS Guy » 15 Dec 2017, 06:25

Yup, KAP 3 seats.

The 2 KAP worked well with Anna last term.
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Re: Qld election 2017—the count

Postby johnsmith » 15 Dec 2017, 08:33

HBS Guy wrote:Neither of those are scintillating primary figures!


i think the era of primary figures above 40 are gone for now. Howards divide and conquer technique, combined with the libs FTA's has worked well to disenfranchise a large number of the voting public. It's far easier to blame the chinese, muslims etc than it is to deal with and find solutions for the effects of globalisation, and that has become entrenched in Australian politics. Mid to low 30's is the new norm, with fringe parties taking up the slack
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