On 18 May, Australians go to the polls to vote for a new government.
Over the last two years, every major public opinion poll has the Labor Party ahead of the Liberal-National Party Coalition, including the most recent ones, with a margin of 4 to 6 points.
These polls suggest Labor, led by Bill Shorten, should be at Winx-like odds on to beat the Coalition, led by Scott Morrison. This is especially with the Coalition floundering in a number of key areas including on the critical issue of internal disunity.
Following the electoral redistribution, which reflects population changes since the 2016 election, Labor needs a uniform swing of just 1.0% to pick up the 4 seats in the 151 member lower house of Parliament to form the next government.
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