Northern Territory legislative assembly election compared
The lecture will discuss strong winning party advantage and successful independents (including Indigenous). Graphing simple data for the ten elections for the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly since 1983, we can see that the 2016 election occupies an extreme position. The winning party enjoyed a greater seat/vote advantage and the losing party a greater seat/vote disadvantage than in any of the previous nine elections. By exploring a proportionality profile graphic for these ten...[Show more]
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