Despite the government’s unpopularity, Labor’s primary vote fell to its lowest level since 1934.
While the post-mortem is oddly silent on some issues and clearly struggling with others, it nonetheless provides a thoughtful analysis of where the party went wrong in the 2019 election.
Identifying Labor’s shortcomings at the 2019 federal election is the easy part. Much harder is actually doing something about it for next time.
The long-awaited review has pinpointed key flaw’s in Labor’s strategy leading up to the 2019 federal election, including a cluttered policy agenda and an unpopular leader.