June 29, 2022

Australia’s Opposition Labor Party Remains In A Leading Position In General Elections Due To Be Held At Mid-campaign This Month, New Opinion Polls Showed On Monday. 

Which Governs The 5347 Coalition With Bipartisan Preference, Reports The  Xinhua News Agency. This Is The 18Th Consecutive Poll In Which Labor Leads The Government And The Fourth In A Row By A 6-point Lead. If This Momentum Is Applied Evenly Across The Country, Labor Could Win 79  Of The 151 Seats In The Lower House Of Parliament And Form A Government For The First Time Since 2013. % Of Newspoll Respondents Said They Intend To Vote Labor As Their First Choice In The May 21 Election, Up From 37% At The End Of April, While Support For The Coalition Remained Steady At 36%.In Comparison, 

The Coalition Won 41.4% Of The First Preference Votes In The 2019 Election, In Which It Won 77 Seats In The House Of Representatives, With Labor 33.3%. Preferred Leader, With 39 Percent Voting For Him, Compared To 45 Percent For The Incumbent Prime Minister. In February 2021, Morrison Led The Pack With 6,126.A Separate Poll Published By Newspapers Nine Entertainment Found Labor Topped The Table On A Bipartisan Preference Basis With 5,446. Morrison Kicked Off The Second Half Of The Campaign On Monday By Announcing That A Re-elected Coalition Would Spend A$70 Million ($49 Million) Over Four Years To Ease Pressure On The Cost Of Living  For Seniors. 

Under The Scheme, An Additional 50,000 Older Australians Would Have Access To The Commonwealth Seniors Health Card (Cshc), Which Entitles Them To Cheaper Health Care And Medicine.

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