Queensland sees a more progressive surge in the lower house seats | 7NEWS

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Brisbane has seen a surging progressive vote with The Greens picking up at least two lower house seats from Labor and the LNP.

The major parties have held their ground elsewhere in the state with the next Liberal Leader potentially a Queenslander.

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