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POLL: Who will win QLD State Election 2024?

Started by #Metro, December 10, 2023, 12:16:21 PM

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Who will win QLD State Election 2024?

Red Team
4 (25%)
Blue Team
6 (37.5%)
Green Team
2 (12.5%)
Other
4 (25%)

Total Members Voted: 16

Voting closed: December 15, 2023, 12:16:21 PM

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Poll Question - Who will win QLD State Election 2024?

5 day poll, vote can be changed up until poll close.

Results available for viewing after voting.

In keeping with forum customs, the parties are not named directly.

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Gazza

"Blue Team", "Red Team" smh.

Whats wrong with using the name for each party?

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QuoteAnnastacia Palaszczuk has announced she is resigning as Queensland Premier after more than eight years.
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Small but non-zero possibility the Premier might run for BCC Lord Mayor. Not a rumour, just speculation!
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ozbob

Quote from: Gazza on December 10, 2023, 12:21:10 PM"Blue Team", "Red Team" smh.

Whats wrong with using the name for each party?

Party names is fine.
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verbatim9

The caucus will probably go with Cameron Dick I reckon as he is more to the right than Fentiman and will appeal more broadly to the whole of Qld.

ozbob

The Premier has endorsed the Deputy Premier for the leadership. 

This is significant.  My hunch is the Steven Miles will get it, with Shannon Fentiman as Deputy.
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I voted 'other' in the poll. As far as the election goes, as this time (policy free zone) I am not confident that Labor or LNP will win outright.  I suspect we might be looking at some form of coalition Government - possibly Labor/Greens/Independents.

This could change as policies become more delineated.
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verbatim9

Mmm, if Miles is endorsed as leader, Cameron Dick could likely be deputy. This is because both Miles and Fentiman are from the left side and the right side would need some kind of acknowledgememt and representation for balance.

But you never know with Labor

ozbob

Quote from: verbatim9 on December 10, 2023, 13:20:20 PMMmm, if Miles is endorsed as leader, Cameron Dick could likely be deputy. This is because both Miles and Fentiman are from the left side and the right side would need some kind of acknowledgememt and representation for balance.

But you never know with Labor

Good point.  Cameron Dick certainly in with a show.  They might balance left and right. It is a bit factional.

But I really think the DP is in the box seat for the leadership. 
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Gazza

I'm thinking it'll be a narrow labor win or minority government.

Failing that it will be another LNP one term government.

verbatim9

Survey/Poll above seems pretty accurate in terms of a LNP wim in 11 months time.

timh

Voted Other. I agree with Bob. Hung parliament. Labor/Greens/others coalition

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