Exit polls indicate a Labor win in Australian elections 2019

first_imgBill Shorten  and Scott Morrison have cast their votes with millions of Australians across the country. Exit polls indicate a Labor win in the next federal government with the final Newspoll of the campaign placing Labor ahead with 51.5 per cent and the Coalition at 48.5 per cent on a two-party preferred basis. One exit poll has Labor ahead of the Coalition 52-46.If accurate, Labor would make a net gain of 12 seats, giving it 81 MPs in the 151-seat parliament in the country’s 46th Parliament. To win a majority, either side needs to reach 76 seats in the House of Representatives.READ MORE: Does the Greek vote still count in Australian Federal Elections?Morrison has only been in the government for nine months, but Shorten has promised to bring much-needed stability to the country.The former union leader has promised a range of reforms, including the government paying for cancer treatments and a reduction of tax breaks for landlords. Voters also seek stronger action on global warming. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img

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