Polling suggests Labor could lose up to a dozen seats at the Victorian election


With two days to go until Victoria votes, new research by RedBridge Group suggests the state is on course for a minority government.

The predictions are Labor could lose up to a dozen seats in this Saturday’s state election, according to analysis conducted by a bipartisan polling agency, which was published in the Herald Sun.

RedBridge predicts Labor could come out with 43 seats but need 45 to form a majority government.

If the predictions come true this weekend, it would force Victorian Labor to form a minority government with possibly the Greens.



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