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Federal Election 2004 : Home

Election Night Coverage

We're covering the election from the National Tally Room. You can read Graham Young's stream of consciousness on Triangulation, our election blog. If you want to follow the election with background information on the seats, then why not check out out Seats and Candidates pages (with links to current results and seat and candidate information), turn the radio or TV on and settle back for an informative multi-media experience?

Candidate Central

Want candidate or seat information quickly? Our Seats and Candidates pages contain links to the most up-to-date and authoritative information supplied by the Electoral Commission and the politicians themselves.

Voter Cam

Most media cover elections by asking politicians and "experts" what is happening. Our expert analysts don't. They ask the people that actually matter - voters. Yes, that's you. To join our email list and make your voice heard please fill in our registration form by clicking here. If you have friends who you think might like to participate, please click here to send them an email. Click here for Voter Cam.


Check back to this page for daily update analysis of polls, focus groups and what the politicians are saying. All of our analysis is being carried on our blog Ambit Gambit at the moment.


This site is a collaboration between National Forum, publisher of On Line Opinion and Professor John Wanna of the Australian National University. It will also feature analysis pieces by a variety of contributors including John Wanna, Tim Grau, Kerry Jones and Graham Young.

Right from the very beginning

Most commentators analyse the past. By using online qualitative polling we try to analyse the future.

We have a good track record at getting it right. Our first analysis is already up on Ambit Gambit. To view the evidence, go to our Focus Group Analysis page.

Electoral Pendulum

While the electoral commission attempts to create all seats equal in size, not all seats are equal in importance. The electoral pendulum ranks seats in order of security. To view the pendulum click here.

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