Heads they win; tails we lose
What are the chances for either party winning this election?
Well, it depends who’s betting how much, and where, but here are the % chances of either party winning based on the betting at betfair.
Today, Labor 65% vs 35%.
Still too close. The blood pressure’s uncomfortably up and the pulse racing at the real possibility that Abbott could get his hands on the levers. Strangely – and embarrassingly – enough, Sir Roger finds himself agreeing with Mark Latham in one respect and one only: “A plague on both their houses!” How dare they force us into this Sophie’s Choice of an election?
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Posted: 10 August, 2010 in Australian Politics, Economics, politics and government, values.
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