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Australians have voted, but with the result currently unclear, how are the numbers falling across the country? This post will be updated when we know more.
As at 11:45AM Sunday, July 3:
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The Australian national/federal election has been run and currently there is no clear result. Some have lost seats and others have been elected for the first time (or in some cases, won their seats back). It would seem that the Coalition government may be returned with a drastically reduced majority of less than a handful of seats at best, with the ALP still an outside chance of being able to seize government. It is more likely that there will be some form of hung parliament, with no side being able to form a majority.
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