With voters concerned about home-soil terrorist attacks and the US and North Korea face-off, the Coalition is pushing its national security agenda
Political polling has become a pretty boring business of late. Tony Abbott’s ongoing insurgency aside, the Labor party’s command in all the national polls has been the one constant of the political year 2017.
This week’s Essential poll finds Labor maintaining a 54-46 two-party-preferred vote, fuelled by a Coalition primary vote that has lost one in seven of its voters since last year’s election.
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