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Malcolm Mackerras

23 May 2022
Explaining my prime ministerial rankings

My article today explains my decision making in respect of ranking some of our most recent Prime Ministers.

19 May 2022
My final predictions for Saturday’s election

Here are my final predictions for the Australian federal election this Saturday.

16 May 2022
How I’ll be voting this federal election

Here is exactly how I'll be voting on my ballot paper this federal election.

4 May 2022
My predictions for five once “blue ribbon Liberal” Seats

Here are my predictions for five seats that were once Liberal strongholds.

28 April 2022
How Abbott, Morrison and Hawke bungled Warringah

The seat of Warringah has been so poorly handled by the Liberal Party that I am sure Independent Zali Steggall will be re-elected on 21 May.

20 April 2022
Election Day: 21 May 2022 and the history of the double dissolution

In my article today, I explore the nuances of the double dissolution.

4 April 2022
Three Cheers for Senator Jim Molan – again!

The Liberal Party made the correct decision to place Jim Molan in a winnable position for the forthcoming federal election, in effect ending the political career of Senator Connie Fierravanti-Wells.

30 March 2022
Has South Australia become a natural Labor state?

The recent SA election has reminded me that for an election to be classified as “too close to call” before polling day very probably means it will result in a landslide.

21 March 2022
Why I have long admired Senator Kimberley Kitching

I decided long ago that Senator Kimberley Kitching (Labor, Victoria) would be named my favourite politician of the 46th Parliament.

10 March 2022
My thoughts on NSW State By-election results

There have been five NSW state by-elections during the term of the Berejiklian-Perrottet parliament (known technically as the 57th Parliament) and they should be judged together.

3 March 2022
SA election likely to be a “cliffhanger”

Today I revise my earlier predictions on the SA state election and find that it could potentially go down to the wire.

23 February 2022
Celebrating fifty years of the Mackerras Pendulum

My bestseller book released in 1972, 'Australian General Elections', has led me to be described as "Australia’s leading psephologist” since its release.

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