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Broccoli or brussels sprouts? Voters struggle with Morrison and Shorten

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Australia appears to have decided to stick with its consistent two-year view that the Coalition government has to go, but is tensing a little with apprehension as decision day approaches.

The final Ipsos poll of the campaign finds Labor holding the narrowest of advantages at 51 per cent of the two-party preferred vote to the Coalition's 49.


That's consistent with the general run of all the various polling companies which, before including the Ipsos result, was finding an average 51.5 per cent in favour of Labor.

But there's no big swing on. The polls suggest a swing of 2 per cent on a national scale in favour of Labor compared to the last election result. But a few weeks ago it was about 3 per........

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