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Essential poll: Morrison’s approval takes a hit from female voters while remaining unchanged with men

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Scott Morrison’s standing with female voters has taken a hit as the political crisis triggered by the mishandling of Brittany Higgins’ rape allegation became the water cooler issue for the electorate, with the prime m...

Albanese wins final election debate over Morrison, according to Seven’s undecided voters

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Anthony Albanese has been declared the winner of the final leaders’ debate of the election campaign after he and Scott Morrison put forward competing views on wage rises, economic management and energy policy. With le...

Why are British Indian voters abandoning Labour?

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In the aftermath of Keir Starmer’s first proper conference speech as Labour leader, questions about the party’s resurrection continue to swirl. Nationwide polls on Westminster voting intentions show Labour closing a y...

Voters not put off by sleaze claims, Tory MPs say, as poll shows drop in approval

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Conservatives MPs and candidates have said that the sleaze allegations surrounding Downing Street are not “cutting through” to voters as a new poll showed the party’s lead over Labour has plummeted ahead of next week’...

Boris Johnson: the power to oust this charlatan lies with voters

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Jonathan Freedland’s analysis (Scandal upon scandal: the charge sheet that should have felled Johnson years ago, 30 April) is as timely as it is forensic, reminding the electorate that the prime minister is a serial l...

Black voters secured Joe Biden’s 2020 win. He could now appoint the supreme court’s first Black female justice

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Only five women have sat on the US supreme court in its 232 years. Not one has been a Black woman – but that is now set to change. The retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer has given Joe Biden a unique opportunity and ...

Labour may think it’s moving on, but working-class voters aren’t following

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On a filthy night three days before Christmas in 1978, I was sitting on a rather ancient coach travelling across the Pennines towards Lancashire, along with about 50 other football supporters. The Bradford branch of t...

Voters reject Trump-endorsed Republican in Texas special election

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Jake Ellzey of Texas won a US House seat on Tuesday night over a fellow Republican rival backed by Donald Trump, dealing the former president a defeat in a test of his endorsement power since leaving office. Ellzey’s ...

We need to show voters what we stand for – and that Labour is on their side

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There’s no getting away from the need to learn the lessons of last Thursday’s elections. As the dust settles, it’s clear that sitting governments in Wales, Scotland and England received a boost and there are undoubted...

Voters still unlikely to trust Labour with spending, party warned

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Voters blame local Labour councils for austerity and see voting Conservative as a chance for change – and are still unlikely to trust Labour with spending – a new pressure group has cautioned. The warnings come from a...

Biden recalls putting dead dog on Republican voter’s doorstep as young politician

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During a speech on Tuesday, Joe Biden jokingly reminisced about putting a dead dog on a Republican woman’s doorstep during his time serving in county government when he was in his 20s. While giving remarks at the Nati...

Half of Brexit supporters were not ‘left behind’ red wall voters

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The notion that the typical Brexit supporter was a working-class voter “left behind” in a red-wall constituency or dilapidated seaside town has been upended by research that shows half of leave voters were comfortably...

‘It’s a bit of a circus’: the Northern Irish voters tired of polarised politics

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On the streets of Enniskillen, a handful of twentysomething women, all from a unionist background, discuss this week’s elections. The Northern Ireland protocol does not come up once, but what does surface repeatedly a...

Boris Johnson’s red wall crumbles as Leave voters call for him to resign

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The headline polling figures are bad enough for Boris Johnson. Labour has a 10-point lead and the prime minister’s popularity is now at the same point as Theresa May’s at her lowest. But digging beneath the surface, t...

‘People want answers’: Boris Johnson’s apology lands flat with Bolton’s swing voters

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When Boris Johnson addressed MPs an hour after the release of Sue Gray’s redacted report, he will have hoped his apology would travel far beyond the Commons chamber and reached places like Tonge Fold, on the outskirts...

Keir Starmer’s aide warns: Labour has lost touch with target voters

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Millions of voters who Labour must win back if it is to regain power are unclear what the party stands for, according to an internal analysis by Keir Starmer’s new strategist. Former pollster Deborah Mattinson, who ha...

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