LNP won QLD without One Nation

So say The Australian:

Analysis by The Australian of newly released Australian Electoral Commission data shows that in 12 Queensland seats ultimately won by the Coalition and where Pauline Hanson’s party finished third, the government had secured 50 per cent of the vote or was leading Labor before One Nation preferences were distributed. Although One Nation preferences did not cost any Labor candidate victory in Queensland, preference flows from Senator Hanson’s party to the Coalition of up to 73 per cent did help to boost the LNP candidates’ winning margins.

And what about Clive Palmer?

It only goes to show how comprehensively the ALP has lost QLD. It needs to get it back with much less progressive globalism and more traditional Australiana.

David Llewellyn-Smith
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