On the Campaign Trail – Part 2 (revised)

So I noticed an error that had significant effects on my calculations from my Hare-Clarke experiment yesterday, throwing off the entire experiment. Having corrected this, both the traditional parties of the ALP and LP have far more seats, the Greens have slightly fewer, and both the CDP and FFP are much less significant. The full break down is available in the updated link from yesterday.

Also, while I was at it, I tweaked the system to account for minor party preference flows better to produce I hope more approximate results. It’s still not enough for the ALP to hold government in their own right, dependent on the Greens to make government (the cross bench is not sufficient in their own right).



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