Where do Malcolm Turnbull and the Liberals really sit after the carnage of Super Saturday? It depends which way you read the polling.
Labor and Bill Shorten's campaigning capacity illustrates why the Longman result is deeply worrying for Malcolm Turnbull and his prospects at the next election.
Labor is obviously happy with its victories in the Super Saturday byelections, but the Liberals aren't the only party with some soul searching to do.
It will say nothing good about Shorten’s electoral appeal if either Longman or Braddon falls to the conservatives tomorrow. However, a bit of perspective never goes astray.
The ALP is in disarray. The byelections this weekend are shaping up nicely for Turnbull. Shouldn't he seize the moment?
Victorian Labor's most recent factional maneuvers could hand both state and federal elections to the Liberals.
Bill Shorten's much derided taxation back flip was really just a test of Labor's nebulous faction politics.
Has Bill Shorten read the anti-business mood of the electorate correctly, or gone too far in targeting medium-sized business?
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