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Poll suggests resounding Iemma win

August 13, 2018
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DOUBTS about the Opposition Leader, Peter Debnam, and fears about federal industrial relations laws have conspired to ensure a resounding win to Labor in NSW tomorrow, with its 16-seat buffer likely to remain intact. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 23 March, 2007)
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Another two polls are predicting a landslide win for the Labor State Government at tomorrows New South Wales election The AC Neilsen poll in the Sydney Morning Herald shows Labor with 56 per cent (ABC News — 23 March, 2007)
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Prime Minister John Howard has rejected Labor assertions that the result of yesterdays New South Wales election was a resounding vote against federal industrial relations (IR) laws Mr Howard has (ABC News — 13 hours ago)
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Voters in Australia’s most populous state, New South Wales, have re-elected the Labor Party for a fourth term. (BBC News — 16 hours ago)
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Voters in New South Wales have given Labor a scare at the ballot box but the party has been returned for its fourth successive term There has been a swing against Labor of around 3 per cent but n (ABC News — 25 March, 2007)
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