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State Libs go cuckoo

Turf out the bedwetters, Dutts

12 August 2023

9:00 AM

12 August 2023

9:00 AM

How does one explain the following situation? The latest Newspoll and Resolve polls show support for the looming Voice constitutional amendment to be well below 50 per cent; they show those saying they will vote No to be six or seven points ahead of the Yes voters; and that is with undecideds at eleven per cent (Newspoll) and 22 per cent (Resolve), the point being that it would take heroic levels of Pollyanna optimism for any supporter of this Voice referendum to believe that undecideds will break more for Yes than No.

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