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Queensland Election Results 2015

At the general election for the Queensland Legislative Assembly held on 31 January 2015, the Liberal National Party government was defeated, gaining only 42 seats in the 89 seat Assembly. The Australian Labor Party won 44 seats and will form a minority government with the support of an Independent member.

Results; summaries of all previous Assembly elections are available under 'State Parliament (Assembly)' in the panel below.


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