Hanson will go it alone

Senator Pauline Hanson.
Senator Pauline Hanson. AAP IMAGE/REBECCA LE MAY

PAULINE Hanson has indicated she might never again do a preference deal after One Nation's unsuccessful alliance with the Liberals in the WA election.

Senator Hanson (pictured) has pointed the finger squarely at premier Colin Barnett for the Liberal Party's failure to hold power in the west as Labor's Mark McGowan enjoyed a big win.

Ms Hanson said her own canvassing of public opinion showed the deal with the Liberals was the wrong one.

"We are going to have a debrief about this,” she told The Bolt Report on Sky News.

"What the voters have told us, especially because we get 50/50, we get Labor voters supporting us saying we are not interested if you want to support the Liberals.

"I am going to think very strongly about this, as to whether we are going to do preference deals ... again.

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