Party insiders confess they don’t foresee either side getting a majority in the state election, which could leave One Nation as kingmakers

Queenslanders have never made it easy on political parties. Emotional, parochial and proud, Queensland voters know what they like and punish what they don’t.

Labor, which was formed in Queensland, and the Liberal National party, which formally married the traditional Coalition partners to better suit the regional urban divide the state throws up, are usually prepared for that anger, using voter passion as a weapon against their opponents.

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