15 January 2004

2004 Queensland Election Home. ABC Online

The Opposition admits it is facing an uphill battle, with the Coalition holding just 15 seats compared with Labor's 66. Queensland Opposition leader Lawrence Springborg is trying to limit the impact of minor parties and independent candidates. The Opposition needs to win 30 seats to form government but says it is not impossible.

With a two-party preferred vote at the last election of 60%, I would think the Beattie government's chance of losing is roughly equivalent to the chance of discovering that Mars is really Barsoom.

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