a couple of people posing for the camera: Griffith University Professor Bela Stantic (pictured) correctly predicted the Coalition would hold power after compiling data from social media© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Griffith College Professor Bela Stantic (pictured) accurately predicted the Coalition would maintain energy after compiling knowledge from social media

Whereas the pollsters proceed to return beneath fireplace for getting the election outcome so mistaken there was one man who accurately predicted the end result.  

Bela Stantic, of Griffith College, beforehand predicted Britain’s Brexit outcome and that Trump would grow to be president.

He knew the Coalition would win the election by compiling knowledge from social media.

Prof Stantic advised Every day Mail Australia whereas some coin him because the ‘Nostradamus’ of the 21st century he merely makes use of hidden info within the huge quantity of publicly obtainable knowledge. 

‘My strategies survey extra individuals, I obtained opinions of round half 1,000,000 individuals, whereas polls I consider solely survey in vary of 1000,’ Prof Stantic stated. 

‘Additionally it seems individuals are extra trustworthy when speaking to pals and social media than answering polls.

‘Necessary points had been additionally preferences and sentiment towards greens, Clive Palmer in addition to ON, which I additionally took into consideration.

‘When the whole lot was added up it advised me that ALP has no help to win election.’ 

Prof Stantic fed hundreds of thousands of tweets into his program at Griffith’s Large Information and Good Analytics lab.

‘Polling strategies should not as correct as Large Information analytics strategies,’ Prof Stantic stated.

‘That is most likely motive why it obtained all elections appropriate in addition to Brexit regardless of polls telling a distinct story.’

After efficiently predicting the 2016 US election outcome Prof Stantic stated it confirmed the validity of his technique. 

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‘It’s scary how correct prediction will be completed by analysing social media,’ he stated.

‘Such analytics can present way more correct info than phone polling, particularly in a day and age the place individuals have caller ID and do not have landlines.

a group of people posing for the camera: Prof Stantic fed millions of tweets into one of his programs at Griffith's Big Data and Smart Analytics lab in a method he feels is a better indicator of voter sentiment and predicted an LNP victory© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Prof Stantic fed hundreds of thousands of tweets into one in every of his packages at Griffith’s Large Information and Good Analytics lab in a technique he feels is a greater indicator of voter sentiment and predicted an LNP victory

‘The quantity of knowledge that each one of us generate is actually staggering, and it’s persevering with to develop. This publicly obtainable knowledge is secret treasure of knowledge if we all know find out how to uncover it.’ 

In line with previous outcomes he stated 5 per cent of social media knowledge carried a 95 per cent accuracy, information.com.au reported. 

He stated the 2 million tweets he analysed had been way more dependable than the same old 1000 individuals utilized in a standard ballot.

After the 2016 U.S Election Prof Stantic stated on-line knowledge offered his analysis with ‘a wealthy supply of details about what individuals are considering and feeling in regards to the election’. 

The strategy additionally allowed Prof Stantic to accurately predict the earlier Australian Federal Election.

‘The identical lab utilizing the identical technique predicted and introduced in a public lecture every week earlier than the Australian federal election that the Coalition would win over the ALP,’ Prof Stantic wrote after the election.  

Bill Shorten wearing a suit and tie: Newspoll had predicted an ALP win in every poll leading into the Federal Election with many asking questions of its accuracy the morning after the shock election result© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Newspoll had predicted an ALP win in each ballot main into the Federal Election with many asking questions of its accuracy the morning after the shock election outcome

Newspoll had predicted an ALP win in each ballot main into the federal election.

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The Newspoll web site claims its mannequin has the ‘finest monitor document having estimated the outcomes of each state and federal election since our firm was based’ in 1985. 

‘Our success arises from the most effective sampling and design, consideration to element and a real tradition of taking care at each stage,’ the web site reads.

The beautiful election outcome returning the Morrison coalition authorities has been branded ‘an enormous polling failure’ that nobody predicted.

Early on Saturday night time, ABC election analyst Antony Inexperienced summed up the temper because the coalition defied all of the pre-election polls.

‘In the meanwhile, on these figures, it is a bit of a spectacular failure of opinion polling,’ he stated on the ABC.

A lot of the Newspoll, YouGov/Galaxy, Ipsos and ReachTEL polls had Labor forward 51-49 on the two-party most well-liked vote, whilst late as Friday night time. 

As an alternative Tasmanian election analyst Kevin Bonham stated the coalition was prone to get 51.6 per cent of the two-party vote – a ‘mirror picture’ of what was anticipated.

‘What we have seen is an enormous polling failure and a outcome that (no matter precisely it’s) was not predicted by anyone a lot to my data,’ Dr Bonham wrote on Saturday night time.

Richard Di Natale wearing glasses: Greens leader Richard Di Natale (pictured) said the election result showed the era of opinion polls was over and that it was time for a change© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
Greens chief Richard Di Natale (pictured) stated the election outcome confirmed the period of opinion polls was over and that it was time for a change

Dr Bonham stated the polling failures had been completely different to Donald Trump’s 2016 election win, the place the nationwide polls had been appropriate however there have been critical native errors.

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‘It is a nationwide complete polling failure extra just like Brexit or to latest UK nationwide elections,’ he stated.

‘Betting markets failed as effectively – initially anticipating Labor to win by greater than Labor’s leads on the time confirmed.’

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says the polling fail follows a worldwide pattern.

‘Pollsters obtained it mistaken with Brexit, they obtained it mistaken with Trump, and now they have it mistaken on the federal election right here in Australia,’ he advised ABC Radio on Sunday.

a group of people standing in a room: He told the publication social media data trends were a stronger indicator of voting trends than traditional polls, according to past results he said five per cent of social media data carried a 95 per cent accuracy© Supplied by Related Newspapers Restricted
He advised the publication social media knowledge traits had been a stronger indicator of voting traits than conventional polls, in line with previous outcomes he stated 5 per cent of social media knowledge carried a 95 per cent accuracy

Greens chief Richard Di Natale stated it was time for a change.

‘What it does present is that the period of opinion polls I feel is over. They cannot be trusted,’ he stated.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews confused the one ballot that issues is the election itself.

‘It isn’t prefer it’s one ballot that was mistaken, it was 50-odd Newspolls … Scott Morrison has received the ballot that issues.’

Maybe the worst polling failure got here from the Northern Territory, the place psychic crocs have efficiently picked the winners of the previous three elections.

This time round, even Burt the psychic croc selected Invoice Shorten to win.

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