Government & Politics

Has the VOICE changed the political status of the 4 main parties?

Government & Politics

Posted by: MTD

23rd Oct 2023 01:55pm

If the voice has changed the outlook of politics in Australia, I would like to know why and how.

Comments 2

  • 30th Nov 2023 04:31pm

I think the voice damaged Anthony Albanese’s image. He didnt convince the public to vote yes. He didnt appear to have all the facts and it created uncertainty. I highly doubt he sees another term.

  • 8th Nov 2023 06:57pm

No. Even though the Voice was politicised, I personally separate the Voice from general politics and how I vote in a general election for the Federal Parliament of Australia. My vote of my local candidate is to represent me and my community and therefore in no way relates to the Referendum we voted on.

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