A voter looks at the ballot paper at a voting station in the Sydney suburb of Bondi Beach on July 2, 2016. / AFP / WILLIAM WEST
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Polls closed in Australia's most populous states where Saturday's national elections are expected to be won or lost with the outcome between conservative leader Malcolm Turnbull and Labor challenger Bill Shorten too close to call.That would still not be enough for Labor to clinch the 76 seats needed to form a majority government in the 150-seat House of Representatives.Another poll by Sky News tipped Turnbull to win, with 62 percent of voters believing he will prevail and just 19 percent expecting a Labor victory and 19 percent uncommitted.
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