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Last weekend’s Morgan Poll shows support for the L-NP at 53.5%, down 2.5% in a week (since June 7-10, 2013) cf. ALP 46.5% (up 2.5%) on a two-party preferred basis according to the multi-mode weekly Morgan Poll.  The L-NP primary vote is 44.5% (down 1.5%) still well ahead of the ALP 33% (up 2%). Among the...
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Opposition Leader Tony Abbott now clearly leads Julia Gillard as better Prime Minister (47%, up 11% since November 2012) over Prime Minister Julia Gillard (35%, down 14%) according to a special telephone Morgan Poll conducted over the last two nights (June 11/12, 2013). Significantly, for the first time more...
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It says something about the nature of modern Australian politics that when the Labor veteran Martin Ferguson announced his imminent retirement, his own leader Julia Gillard was clearly less upset than was Liberal leader Tony Abbott. And in fact the two men had a lot in common: many of their values were shaped by...
By John van Tiggelen on the
The Institute of Public Affairs is a right-wing, free market–cheering think-tank that gets significant support from Gina Rinehart and Rupert Murdoch. No one outside of the IPA knows how much, but it’s a lot – enough, as Media Watch pointed out on Monday, for the IPA to spruik Rinehart’s...
By Michaela McGuire on the
It was immediately apparent that nobody was going to buy that the four on-air sentences in which Eddie McGuire racially vilified Adam Goodes on Wednesday morning were, as McGuire claimed, “a slip of the tongue.” Instead of releasing a considered statement and attempting to minimise the damage,...
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Last weekend’s multi-mode weekly Morgan Poll shows support for the L-NP down 0.5% at 54.5% over the past week (since May 17-19, 2013) cf. ALP 45.5% (up 0.5%) on a two-party preferred basis. The L-NP primary vote is 45.5% (unchanged) still well ahead of the ALP 33.5% (up 1.5%) the highest ALP primary vote...
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By Roy Morgan Research on the
Last weekend’s multi-mode weekly Morgan Poll shows support for the L-NP down 1% at 55% over the past week (since May 10-12, 2013) cf. ALP 45% (up 1%) on a two-party preferred basis. The L-NP primary vote is 45.5% (down 1%) still well ahead of the ALP 32% (unchanged). Among the minor parties Greens support is...
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