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At a time when it seemed Barnaby Joyce would lose support in his seat following widespread criticism of his conduct and track record, the MP for New England actually increased his vote. What is it about Joyce that his constituents are drawn to? Is it the work he has done for the electorate? Or has the right challenger not come along yet? ‘He’s a ma…
 
Katharine Murphy talks to Caroline Fisher, project leader of the Digital News Report Australia 2019, a recent survey on Australia’s engagement with the media. Why do Australians avoid the news? Who is most vulnerable to fake news, and what do they think fake news is?Door The Guardian Podcasts
 
After a post-election break, Katharine Murphy is back with Peter Lewis to take a closer look at what went wrong with the opinion polls. After three years pointing to a Labor victory, how did the system apparently fail? Why are disengaged voters discounted in data? And with robopolls and technology advancing rapidly, what does the future of polling …
 
Scott Morrison likes to represent himself as a regular Australian bloke but if you look at his career you begin to see how he’s deftly manoeuvred himself to be prime minister over many years. Even if the Coalition lose the election this year, could he stick around for a long time to come?Door The Guardian Podcasts
 
On the NSW south coast sits the seat of Gilmore, considered a must-win for Labor to form government. It’s the most marginal seat in NSW and has become a four-cornered contest. Paul Karp finds a complicated mix of opinions and in this episode explores how voters pick up political messages and what it means for elections…
 
At the 2016 federal election, Tasmania’s surprising swing towards Labor heralded a better result for the ALP than many expected. But now the Coalition seems confident it can win back seats such as Braddon and Bass – the most volatile in the country – on 18 May. Adam Morton joins Mike Bowers on a trip through the two key marginals and speaks to Kath…
 
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