Can Labor form a majority? Antony Green looks at the seats where they’re still a chance | ABC News

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Nine seats are still in doubt across the nation with 72 per cent of the vote counted so far. The ABC’s Chief Election Analyst Antony Green says Labor is currently three seats short of a majority government.

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