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Scott Morrison blamed for turning women against him causing Liberals to lose election 


Scott Morrison’s unpopularity cost the Liberal Party a winnable election against an opposition that lost millions of votes to the Greens and independents.

Labor won a comfortable victory on Saturday that will likely send Anthony Albanese to The Lodge with a majority government.

However, its primary vote was just 32.8 per cent, a 0.5 per cent swing against it compared to 2019, and only picked up a dozen seats at most.

Instead, the 5.5 per cent swing away from the Coalition went to The Greens and ‘teal’ independents who snatched nine new seats between them.

Nowhere was this more apparent than the seat of Ryan in Brisbane, where the Liberal MP was replaced with The Greens’ Elizabeth Watson-Brown.

Scott Morrison's unpopularity cost the Liberal Party a winnable election against an opposition that lost millions of votes to the Greens and independents

Scott Morrison’s unpopularity cost the Liberal Party a winnable election against an opposition that lost millions of votes to the Greens and independents 

Since its creation in 1974 the Liberals have won this seat at every general election, although they did lose it briefly to Labor in a…



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