"The major opposition party Labor, Australia's socialists, has a key direction in public opinion when the country goes to the polls on Saturday. The focus is the environment and the economy, with a conservative prime minister who identifies as kolkramare and a challenger whose budgetkompetens questioned."
"In an opinion poll for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age may Labor 51 per cent and the prime minister, Scott Morrison's coalition 49 per cent of the vote, just get these two to choose between. The margins are so scarce, but Labor management has been so stable the last time to get the scales to tip anything other than a vänsterseger."
"Among Morrison's weaknesses are evident and environmental policies. Australia is a country which to a high degree, with droughts and floods, are the victims of climate change. But the prime minister has struggled to explain how, for example, you are going to live up to the global paris agreement. The opponents drives with his penchant for the pollutant, carbon, which is a classic industry in the country which still is a cornerstone both in the supply of energy and as export product."
"Motelden against Laborledaren Bill Shorten is mainly the central government. After six years with the right mean Morrison that only he can ensure a continued prosperous economy."
"– A bill you can't afford (a Billu002Fräkning you can't afford), usually Morrison ordvitsa in the election campaign if rivalens first name."