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There are no winners in the election for the libertarian party.
Its a party of the old, the young and the rich.
A party that has won two states in two years, but the old are leaving, and the young are moving to the far right.
In 2017, the party’s support fell by 4 per cent, from 36 per cent to 29 per cent.
And the Liberals’ support jumped by two per cent from 29 per Cent to 31 per cent over the same period.
For the Greens, support fell from 16 per cent in 2017 to 13 per cent last year.
The Greens lost one seat in Queensland.
The Queensland election was the first state election since the state election of 2020.
The Liberals won their first state Parliament seat since the mid-1990s, but lost two seats in the north-east.
They also lost one-third of their seats in Queensland, while they won one-fifth.
And, in a historic move, the Greens lost their Queensland seat in 2019, as the party lost power to Labor.
What happens next?
If the Queensland election is rerun next week, the Liberals and Greens will be the only two parties standing.
But they won’t be the ones winning seats, as they will share the same number of seats.
The Liberal Party is set to lose its majority in the Upper House.
In the Senate, the ALP will be on the losing side.
That’s because of a new rule that was introduced in the Senate last year, which says that any Senator elected after 2020 can be removed from office if they commit any of the three major parties to voting against the Government.
That could be a blow to the Liberals, who will be able to push through legislation, but it will also put a dent in their party’s ability to govern.
So far, the Coalition has made no secret of its desire to hold on to the Upper Senate seat.
But there is one party that is likely to see the Liberal-National Coalition split, as one of its two senators, Bob Day, is in favour of making a minority Labor Government.
He’s supported the introduction of an emissions trading scheme.
So while the Liberals are the only party standing, the Labor Party is not far behind.
Labor will also lose the seat of Wentworth in the Lower House.
The Labor Party won Wentworth last year and will have to do so again, with the Liberals likely to hold the seat.
And then there is the state seat of South Australia, where the Liberals have the largest number of MPs.
The ALP won South Australia in the previous state election in 2017.
They won South Perth in 2018, and will win that seat next year, too.
What are the key factors that may affect the election?
There are three main factors that could impact the outcome of the state and federal elections: The federal election is a federal election.
This means that there are no state elections.
In Queensland, the Federal Government controls all the laws in NSW, Victoria and the ACT.
This makes it much easier for the Federal Opposition to push its policy agenda.
The Nationals have won seats in all the states except Tasmania, with all of the seats being held by the Nationals.
The Coalition has won all four states, and has won seven of the eight states in which it has won.
And it has also won seats that were held by Labor in the past.
The Conservatives are the most dominant party in Queensland and in Tasmania.
The Australian Capital Territory has the largest population, the largest land mass, and is the third largest city in Australia.
The Tasmanian Liberal Party has a large presence in the state.
But the Liberals don’t control any of these areas.
And they have never held a state or federal government office.
The states and territories have their own representation systems, which are different to federal seats.
For example, in Queensland the Premier is a member of the Legislative Assembly, while the State Parliament is a separate body, and it is not able to elect a Member of Parliament.
This could result in the Nationals taking more seats, and making their mark on the state government.
A third major factor that could affect the outcome is the economy.
Queensland’s economy is already in the red.
Unemployment is currently at 6 per cent and the mining industry has been on a massive decline.
The mining sector, which makes up about two per to three per cent of Queensland’s total economy, has been hit hard by the mining boom.
But this will continue, and a mining boom will likely be the main driver of any election in Queensland next year.
It is also the reason why Queensland is one of the fastest-growing states in the world.
And Queensland has the lowest rate of house prices in Australia, at $7,000 per home.
And these are not necessarily good news for the Labor party.
In 2018, Labor won about 12 per cent more votes in Queensland than it did in 2015.
That means Labor won a smaller share of the vote, but