Pollsters are predicting a Liberal held western Sydney seat will fall to Labor, with key seats in Sydney’s west and south likely to determine the NSW election.
Sydney’s south and west key to election victory
The path to victory in the NSW election will hinge on key seats in Sydney’s west and south.
Political analysts say battlegrounds in the city’s south, southwest, west and northwest will likely decide the outcome of the March 25 poll.
Swings are unlikely to be uniform across the state’s 93 seats, as shifting demographics and retiring members thrust just a handful of electorates into play, pollsters predict.
Labor must win five seats to form government and maintain seats it already comfortably holds.