How Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten are wooing undecided voters

Both Prime Minister Scott Morrison and opposition leader bill shorten are trying to woo voters online. At the same time, Clive Palmer is hoping spending tens of millions of dollars on television ads.

But overall the majority of the 48 undecided voters in the debate, run by the Seven Network and The West Australian newspaper in Perth, gave the night to Mr Shorten.

Undecided voters have given labor leader bill shorten the win in the first leaders’ debate with Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

Bill Shorten has narrowly won the second leaders debate but Scott Morrison can take heart from the 16 per cent of voters who couldn’t decide. The two leaders clashed over tax, climate change and.

A majority of 48 undecided voters at the first televised leadership debate of the 2019 election campaign sided with Labor leader Bill Shorten over Prime Minister Scott Morrison, marking a small.

Facing off against the Prime Minister in front of 109 undecided voters, Mr Shorten won 43 per cent of the room, while Scott Morrison took 41 per cent. 16 per cent remain undecided following the.

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The gloves have come off in the second leaders’ debate in Brisbane, with a loose and relaxed Bill Shorten heckling Scott Morrison, and the prime minister getting in the opposition leader’s face.

We would need to look at that closely," he told reporters in Sydney. Mr Morrison and Mr Shorten clashed over tax, climate change and education during a sometimes heated second debate on Friday. Of the audience of undecided voters, 43 per cent picked Mr Shorten, 41 per cent picked the prime minister, and 16 per cent had not made up their mind.

Undecided voters have given the first leaders’ debate to Bill Shorten, as a record number of early votes were cast three weeks from the federal election. prime minister Scott Morrison targeted Labor’s tax and climate policies with questions about how much they would cost – which resonated with some voters at the debate.