Shorten’s billion-dollar promises fail to prevent slide in popularity

May 06, 2019

Popular support for Labor has fallen to its lowest level since Scott Morrison became Prime Minister in August last year, with voters turning sharply against Bill Shorten despite $16 billion in further spending promises.

But the Conservative Party says this is no reason for complacency when it comes to voting and whomever forms government in the lower house of parliament, we still need third party insurance in the Senate, which is why voting "1" Australian Conservatives on the white ballot paper is simple common sense.

As the campaign enters its final two weeks, an exclusive Newspoll conducted for The Australian shows Labor would still win the May 18 election, with the two-party-preferred vote remaining unchanged at 51-49 per cent in its favour.

However, following a week defending the cost of its signature climate change policy, Labor’s primary vote has fallen a further point to 36 per cent.

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