3.52% would put the LNP into the minority in council, and 6% would give Labor control in their own right, despite the LNP currently holding 60.56% of the two-party preferred vote.
A survey of 1020 Australians demonstrates broad support for the government’s ABCC Bill, but no support for an anti-union campaign.
It is now 5.83% cheaper for the average Australian to repay an average housing loan than it was in 1994, but it takes the average Australian 65% longer to save the deposit.
Our latest polling (download from here) shows left of centre voters being more committed and unified than right of centre voters. This is partly due to the continuation of resentment at the way Malcolm Turnbull won the Liberal Party leadership.
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Former Labor Minister and Speaker of the House John Mickel and AIP Executive Director Graham Young preview the 2020 Qld election. Queensland faces the first election for a four year term in its history in just over one month’s time. John Mickel and Graham Young have spent a lifetime watching Queensland elections as well as winning (and losing) a few. They bring theoretical and practical insights to a business which is more art than science. John is presently an academic at QUT, and Graham bases much of his analysis on his online qualitative polling which has proven to be very accurate over almost 20 years. The seminar will cover the seats and candidates to watch, as well as the strategies, tactics and issues, and how they might play out.