While Morrison ducks and weaves about Climate Change and renewables for a minority of corporate interests. Anthony Albanese speaks for over 80% of Australians , Businesses and Corporations included.
Elvis Presley once noted that the truth is like the sun. “You can shut it out for a time,’’ Elvis said. “But it ain’t goin’ away.’’ Just as the sun isn’t going away, neither is the potential for cheap solar energy to underpin a wave of jobs growth and prosperity across Australia in coming years. Our nation is blessed with abundant solar and wind resources. If we tap them efficiently, we can use cheap renewable energy to cut power bills and drive job growth across the economy. We can also develop new renewable energy industries in areas like battery production and solar technology. But this won’t happen under the Morrison-Joyce Government. For nearly a decade in power, the Coalition has ridiculed solar and wind power.
Source: Anthony Albanese on renewables: Ask Elvis, the truth always triumphs
Albanese’s problem isn’t disapproval, it’s voters continuing to sit on the fence when changing a government requires an active choice. Change requires engagement, and around a quarter of the Guardian Essential sample can’t say whether they approve or disapprove of Albanese. This is a high number, and it’s been that way for many months. This fortnight’s Guardian Essential data neatly lays out a story of two leaders: Morrison’s approval has slipped, and his negatives are on the rise. That’s what happens when you stay in politics for a long time. Voters learn to decode your habits, and mark you down when strategy too often substitutes for sincerity. But Albanese hasn’t yet cut through sufficiently to convince voters he’s the change the country needs.
Source: ‘Not like Tony Abbott’: what kind of PM would Anthony Albanese be? | Anthony Albanese | The Guardian
The common media narrative on the ‘left’ of the Labor Party is that it’s leaders, like Anthony Albanese, are unelectable. John Passant disagrees.
Source: Anthony Albanese Is Not Too Left Wing To Win Government. Indeed, He’s About Right – New Matilda