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How immigration will decide future elections

Are we heading towards a political, or even social, clash?

21 March 2024

12:37 AM

21 March 2024

12:37 AM

Once upon a time, things were good and you didn’t have to talk about immigration. Those golden days are over.

NSW Labor, now 12 months into its government, must be biting their nails. Surely the idea of calling their federal counterparts and asking lower immigration has passed through the minds of Mookhey, Minns, or Jackson just once… Especially when contemplating the slow-moving car crash that is the Sydney housing crisis.

Even federal Labor have seen the writing on the wall and realised that immigration is extremely unpopular with most Australians.

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