How Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten are wooing undecided voters

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prime minister scott Morrison and Labor leader Bill Shorten both sought to strike a somber, more cordial tone on Friday, as a closely watched Australian politicians scramble to win over undecided voters, honor former PM

Undecided voters have given the first leaders’ debate to Bill Shorten, as a record number of early votes were cast three weeks from the federal election. prime Minister Scott Morrison targeted Labor’s tax and climate policies with questions about how much they would cost – which resonated with some voters at the debate.

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Facing off against the Prime Minister in front of 109 undecided voters, Mr Shorten won 43 per cent of the room, while Scott Morrison took 41 per cent. 16 per cent remain undecided following the.

Actually seems like a bunch of undecided voters as opposed to the bunch of losers Channel 7 Perth hosted during the daytime the other day. As these cliche fests always favour the opposition and always favour left-wingers even when they lose the election horribly, then a really good result for Scott.

Bill. voters still couldn’t decide between him and Scott Morrison. The two leaders clashed over climate change, tax and education funding in front of an audience of 109 voters in Brisbane on Friday.

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Why voters are turned off, tuned out and unmoved. With two weeks until election day, exclusive focus group testing of Bill Shorten and Scott Morrison and their policies reveals worrying signs for.

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Bill Shorten has narrowly won the second leaders debate but Scott Morrison can take heart from the 16 per cent of voters who couldn’t decide. The two leaders clashed over tax, climate change and.

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian politicians scrambled to win over undecided voters on Friday. Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Labor leader Bill Shorten both sought to strike a somber, more cordial.

Bill Shorten delivers a speech during his campaign rally at. suggests the Coalition’s negative messaging on tax is cutting through at the time when undecided voters will be making their decision.

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