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Buyer's remorse.

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It looks like Labor's honeymoon is well over. The voice was a disaster and the voters lay the blame squarely at Albo's feet.

"Voters have swung sharply against the federal government in key states that helped secure victory for Anthony Albanese at the last election, with Labor losing significant ground in Western Australia and Victoria in the lead-up to the voice referendum.

Approval of the Prime Ministerís performance as a leader also suffered a steep decline over the past six months, with large falls in South Australia, where he chose to launch the voice campaign, and in Queensland, where Laborís primary vote is at its lowest.

An exclusive state-by-state and demographic Newspoll analysis shows that while Labor maintained its dominant election-≠winning lead over the Coalition nationally, there was a notable loss of support for the government among male and younger voters, with the Greens securing strategic demographic gains among professional women.

The analysis reveals significant shifts in party support for Labor in Victoria and WA and a loss of satisfaction with Mr Albanese as leader over the six months prior to the referendum."
Posted by shadowminister, Monday, 23 October 2023 9:52:48 AM
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Shadow Minister,

The Liberal Party will take care of Peter Dutton
themselves. I was surprised when the man was
chosen as leader. He certainly does not represent
the Liberal Party that my family voted for
for so many decades. It's a pity that Josh Frydenberg
lost his seat to a Teal.

Dutton continues to be un popular with voters. The Guardian
tells us that "There has been a two percent drop in the
Opposition leader's approval in a month (38% to 36%) and
43 of respondents continue to disapprove of his performance.

There's more at the following:

http://theguardian.com/australia-news/2023/oct/17/majority-of-voters-want-labor-to-support-indigenous-australians-but-are-split-on-how-guardian-essential-poll
Posted by Foxy, Monday, 23 October 2023 5:13:44 PM
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Shadow Minister,

I left out this bit from The Guardian Essential Poll:

"While Dutton is keen to use the resumption of
parliament to keep pressure on the Prime Minister
after the Voice rebuff - the latest poll shows
the Prime Minister's approval ratings have been steady
since July. More voters continue to approve of the
Prime Minister's performance than disapprove (46% to 43%)."
Posted by Foxy, Monday, 23 October 2023 5:27:37 PM
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Dutton continues to be un popular with voters.
Foxy,
Only with the brainwashed parasitic !
Posted by Indyvidual, Monday, 23 October 2023 7:32:40 PM
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Dutton might not be a favourite, and he needs to pull his finger out.

But, Albanese is a disaster. The blame for the divisiveness and nastiness of the Voice is all down to him. He is a disgrace and and an ongoing threat to democracy.

Dutton and the Coalition have now come out against Albanese's intended totalitarian censorship of freedom of speech. What they also need to do is promise to dump the Net Zero burden, gives us back cheap electricity, and the next election will be theirs, no matter what people think of Dutton.
Posted by ttbn, Monday, 23 October 2023 9:40:39 PM
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Personally, I'm not keen on Labor or Liberal at the moment but
If the Labor government is going to bring in censorship of free speech and debate. I will vote for anyone that gets it stopped.

Why should any government get to say what is true or not. That is like
the Chinese government or Russia.controlling what the public are allowed to know. That is so far from Democracy and so Authoritarian.
That Albanese and the Labor Party should try to control free speech makes me extremely distrustful of them.

I would vote for independents like the ones who had the honesty to want enquiries made into giving children and babies the Covid vaccine
Posted by CHERFUL, Monday, 23 October 2023 11:09:44 PM
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