The Sydney Morning Herald
"One number is now keeping major party leaders and their confidants awake at night: 76.
That is the bare minimum needed to form majority government in the 151 seat House of Representatives. It is the number the Coalition currently commands. And, right now, all the public polls show neither major party has electoral support to hit it.
But a new and very dangerous threat has arisen on the Coalition’s left, with the “teal” independents. There is every chance that in NSW, North Sydney and Wentworth could fall. Both seats have been held by independents in the near, and not so distant, past."
Written by Chris Uhlmann
Read the article in full here.
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