Amongst other things, it shows many of my opinions are minority opinions in my home state - no great surprise - but not nationally.The ABC's Vote Compass provided unprecedented insight into the views of Australian voters, capturing more than 1.2 million responses during the federal election campaign.
Here are 21 things Vote Compass has revealed about Australian political life.
Also that there is majority support (nationally) for gay marriage, more action on climate change, making the mining companies pay more tax, reducing aid to the car industry, and tightening restrictions on CSG. If that were to be reflected in tomorrow's ballot, we'd have a Greens government.
It won't happen, of course, but it's disappointing that we are likely to have a government which is on the minority side on all of those issues.