The first Newspoll to ask about the Indigenous Voice to Parliament also found 56-37 in favour.
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2022 has been a transformational year in Australian politics, with three significant elections and a distinct erosion of support for the two major parties, and particularly the Liberals.
The Victorian election results are finalised. How different might they have looked under a reformed Senate system?
Latest polling gives the Albanese government a strong lead over the opposition; Victorian election results are close to being finalised.
The Labor federal government continues to poll strongly, maintaining a big two-party preferred lead.
To get legislation through the upper house, the re-elected Andrews government will likely need the support of the Greens and Legalise Cannabis.
The 2022 federal election success of the teals and other community independents has been captured in three new books. How and why did they become a political force – and what might the future hold?
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The Andrews government has signalled a major shakeup of Victoria’s energy sector. But are they enough to bring the state’s energy prices down and reduce emissions?
After intense negotiations, Senate independent David Pocock negotiates for the establishment of a committee to boost economic inclusion in return for his support of the government’s IR legislation.
In covering the final days of the Victorian election, mainstream media fell victim to wanting the most dramatic outcome – no matter how weak the evidence for it may have been.
If the 2018 election, which produced the so-called Danslide, was a disaster for the Liberals, this election amounts to a catastrophe.
Despite a swing away from Labor, the Andrews government has been returned comfortably for a third term.
As election day arrives in Victoria, two late polls predict a return of the Andrews Labor government.
In this podcast, Michelle and Dr. Monique Ryan discuss the VIC election, the immense job she has taken on as member for Kooyong, the cost of her campaign and how she has found her first six months in parliament
In this podcast Michelle Grattan & politics + society editor Amanda Dunn canvass the final sitting weeks of parliament, the Victorian election and the report into Scott Morrison's appointment to multiple ministries.
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With the Victorian state election just days away, a new poll shows the gap between the two major parties to be tightening.
Labor and the Coalition are promising $19 billion between them for transport projects – way down on the $163 billion promised in 2018 – but they’re as scornful of proper assessment processes as ever.
Political parties are much more careful with candidate vetting than they used to be. But as recent stories from Victoria show, they are sometimes still not careful enough.
Much attention will be on whether voters turn away from Labor and the Coalition, and what that means for minor parties such as the Greens, and the ‘teal’ independents.
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About a third of Victoria’s land-based plants, animals and ecological communities face extinction. We look at what the political parties have promised ahead of the state election.