Australian Election Watch
The Guardian and ABC said an exit poll had it at about 50/50, though it's reckoned the current coalition might just get a majoirty.
ALP need 4% swing to win, but based on the early results it's only working out at 2% so far so not very likely.
Can watch live here:
And results are here:
Or The Guardian also has a results page but it's not as detailed and keeps going funny on me.
11am update: Swing is 3.1% to ALP, still not enough > so far the L/NP have 41.5% and ALP 35% nationally.
Moreover, the growth of smaller parties such as NXT and ON is .. surprising..
Senate looks like a complete mess for anyone trying to push legislation through. It likely include about 19 cross benchers, 25 ALP and 30 Liberals. Crossbench will include about 9 greens and 10 other independents meaning that the Coalition may need to try and push legislation through 9 out of the non-greens 10 independents/minor parties like One Nation (far-right and anti-immigration), Nick Xenophon Team (centrist) and then a collection of others like radio host Derryn Hinch assuming they don't get support from the ALP/Greens.