How to read the 2018 electoral map


A lot of the maps released for the 2020 election were based on what people thought would happen on Election Day.

In this article, we take a closer look at the data and how it can be used to help predict what will happen in the coming months.

What are the main findings?

The biggest takeaway from the 2018 election map is that people who voted for Trump in November have a lower chance of voting in 2018 than they did in 2020.

This is because Trump lost the popular vote by more than 2.6 million votes.

Trump also lost the Electoral College, which gives him the presidency.

The electoral college is not a direct predictor of the outcome of elections, but it is one of the ways that states decide how many votes they get to count in the end.

Australia’s election was also very close on election night.

For the first time, both of Australia’s two major parties had an absolute majority of seats in the Senate.

It’s the first major Australian election since the election of Australia as a federation in 1901.

A few other important developments for 2018 include: A number of states will vote for the first national elector in the House of Representatives in 2019.

All states except NSW and Queensland will vote in the national election.

Voters in New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia will vote early in the 2019 election, but will vote at some point in the 2020 federal election.

There will be no changes to the Senate rules.

Queensland will be the only state that will have two senators.

There will also be no change to the way states allocate seats in federal parliament.

If there is a change to electoral rules, it will be decided by a two-thirds majority in both houses of parliament.

How are states allocated seats?

States are allocated seats based on population and the number of seats they have in the parliament.

There are seven states with at least 50,000 voters and two more with more than 70,000.

States have a maximum of five seats.

States with fewer than five seats have two.

States with fewer seats than that have one.

States with less than one seat have one seat each.

States have two seats each.

States that have more than 10% of their population live in the south-east of Australia.

States in the west-east and south-west have more representation.

The east-west states, particularly Tasmania, New Southland, and the Northern Territory, have more population than the rest of Australia combined.

Australia has a population of 1.4 billion.

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