There are still a few doubtful seats in the lower house in NSW (William Bowe has all the detail here) -- but since there's not really much practical difference between a 41-seat majority and a 49-seat majority (unless your seat is one of those in doubt), most of the remaining interest is focusing on the legislative council.

Even there, the key result is not in doubt: as I foreshadowed last Friday, the combined parties of the right will have a clear majority, with 23 and possibly 24 seats out of 42. But it's that "possible" that's interesting, since of course it would be independent and former One Nation leader Pauline Hanson.

Antony Green explained the situation in some detail on Monday evening, and although Hanson's position has improved slightly since then (latest figures here) she will still find it difficult to pull off a win. She is currently 0.034 of a quota ahead of the third Greens candidate -- about 5000 votes -- but provided the Green stays ahead of the sixth Labor candidate, he will benefit from a small flow of Labor preferences, which should be enough to overtake Hanson.