This Gadget shows data on recent voting for .
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This is offered entirely 'as is' and should not be relied upon for any decisions of any sort.
This app pulls data from external sources. Sometimes that takes a moment or two.
Please be patient for just a moment while we drag in the votes.
Zali Stegall is an independent in the neighbouring electorate and so seems the most interesting point of comparison.
Her views and those of her electorate are not necessaily those of North Sydney but there is likely to be some cross-over given the electorate's proximity.
Judging voting is complicated. The information here is drawn directly from theyvoteforyou.org.au
They exdplain their methodology here.
Basically legisaltion often has multiple votes on its way through Parliament. As the They Vote For You site explains: "For an MP or Senator to be marked as "voted very strongly for" a particular policy, they need to have almost always voted in a way that supports the policy (they may have voted against it once or twice, but usually only in a less important vote) and they need to have been present for almost every vote (too many absences will count against them and may even push them into the "voted against" categories since in our Parliament, not voting ultimately has the same effect as voting against something)."