How Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten are wooing undecided voters

Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten go head-to-head in first leaders’ debate There was a clear winner in the first debate between Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten but many in the audience were undecided.

With the final countdown for the election underway, both major parties are engaging in last-ditch bids to woo undecided voters. This Saturday’s poll is shaping up as a battle between young and old, with the Opposition taking aim at wealthy baby boomer property investors and promising more help for university students.

In the essay, I underestimated the importance of the leader. I recalled people voting for a leader they didn’t particularly like in Tony Abbott and thought the same logic would work for Bill Shorten. Perhaps the more disengaged and anxious voters are, the more the leader matters, particularly to the undecided.

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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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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.

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Focus groups of undecided voters signal dangers for Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten.. Focus groups of undecided voters signal dangers for Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten. By Peter Hartcher.

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A majority of 48 undecided voters at the first televised leadership debate of the 2019 election campaign sided with labor leader bill shorten over Prime Minister Scott Morrison, marking a small.

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.