Peta Credlin’s warning for politicians missing the mark with everyday Aussies
Sky News commentator Peta Credlin has issued a warning to politicians who fail to appeal to ordinary Australians.
While Anthony Albanese’s leadership of the Labor party is in a “death spiral”, she told Jim Wilson, the Coalition is experiencing its own identity crisis.
“Barnaby [Joyce]’s whinge about ministerial representation … [is] a bit of sour grapes.”
However, she believes he has highlighted a valid issue within the Liberal and National parties.
“The Coalition will only hold government if it appeals to people outside those leafy inner-city seats: regional Australia, outer metropolitan seats where people are busy with their lives.
“They’re trying to raise their families, keep their jobs, make ends meet … that’s a crossover between a Liberal voter, National Party voter and Labor voter, and there’s a hunt on to see who can collect them.”
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