After a tough start to the week, the Liberals have regained favouritism to win the Longman by-election.
The Liberals are now $1.80 (in from $1.92) while Labor have drifted out to $1.90 (from $1.85).
It’s so close, almost too close to call in the two hotly contested seats as we approach the last week of campaigning and the money is coming in now almost 50/50.
Sharkies winning Mayo, Tassie too close , and Longman , well last weeks polling suggests it’s ok #oneoutthreeaintbad
— Black&White Knight (@bruce_ian) July 16, 2018
In Braddon the betting has become much closer with the Liberals drifting from $1.66 to $1.75 and Labor in from $2.10 to $2.00.
@kevinbonham A gov't hasn't won a seat from opposition in a by-election since the 1920s, right?. National polls have Labor ahead and they're supposed to be more accurate than individual seat polls. So logically what are the odds of Labor losing Longman and Braddon?
— Luke Hart (@lukehart78) July 18, 2018
Centre Alliance have firmed from $1.45 into $1.36 to win Mayo while Labor are $1.01 to win both WA seats of Fremantle and Perth.