Labor could miss out on winning a single seat in Tasmania in this weekend's federal election, according to a poll of The Examiner's online readers.
More than 1000 people took part in our online poll, which asked readers who they believe would win each seat in Tasmania.
It must be noted, that the online poll asked people to say who they believe would win the seat, not who they would be voting for.
In Bass, 81 per cent of those who voted believe Liberal candidate Andrew Nikolic will win the seat from incumbent Labor MHR Geoff Lyons. Just 14 per cent of respondents said they believe Lyons could retain his seat on Saturday.
In the other seats:
- 74.8% tipped Liberal Eric Hutchinson, while Dick Adams polled 21.3 per cent in Lyons.
- Former state Liberal politician Brett Whiteley was favoured by 79.1 per cent of readers, compared with Labor's Sid Sidebottom on 16.9%, while the Greens Melissa Houghton polled just 2.3 per cent in the North-West seat of Braddon.
- It was a closer result in Denison, with Independent Andrew Wilkie leading with 49.7 per cent from the Liberals Tanya Denison on 39.2 per cent and Labor's Jane Austin on 7.3 per cent.
- In the fifth and final seat, Bernadette Black of the Liberals had 62.1 per cent in favour of her claiming the seat from Labor's Julie Collins on 29.2%.
*Please note, this poll was conducted via Survey Monkey. It is not a scientific survey and should be viewed as such.