Scott Morrison’s appeal to those with a lower level of education more than compensated for his lack of appeal to highly educated Australians.
Good morning, early birds. Labor may challenge the Coalition's use of "misleading" how-to-vote-cards and posters during the election, and the Liberal party looks to change the rules to stop candidates running rogue below-the-line campaigns. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
Independent for Kooyong Oliver Yates believes he's been the target of a misleading political campaign. Now he's calling for reform.
Despite the protesters, the Coalition's election campaign launch was an attempted exercise in modesty. Whether that modesty is false remains to be seen.
Politics is a ruthless business, as several dumped candidates recently found out.
Further "shrinkage" at Bauer Media, Peter Martin gets the stranger treatment at Nine, and research shows "latter sippers" are actually Coalition voters.
The 2017 election was a historic catastrophe for then-WA premier Colin Barnett. Scott Morrison should heed his warning.