The release of more figures from May's Australian election gives an insight into the behavior of those who support minor parties and independents.
Australia's Senate once again shows itself to have better democratic credentials than the House of Representatives, despite its severe malapportionment.
Updating the electoral pendulum with the results of Australia's May election reveals some interesting things about the way the different parties are placed.
Boris Johnson suffers two sweeping by-election defeats, one of them strongly influenced by tactical voting. It provides an interesting counterpoint to the discussion of tactical voting in Australia.
A regular feature: this month, electoral news from Israel, Bulgaria, Grenada and Australia.
Four results with conflicting lessons, in Australia, France, Spain and Colombia.
We know most of the results that matter from last month's Australian election, but until counting is complete it's easy to be misled by some of the figures.
Ontario's vaguely Trumpist government is re-elected, despite again having far fewer votes than its opponents – a common Canadian problem.
Australia's Liberal Party has a new leader, but there's no sign that he recognises the need for any change in direction - or would be able to implement it if he did.
Australia suddenly finds itself in something rather like a multi-party system. It may be able to learn something from countries where that is more the norm.