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'We felt like we're nothing': increasing voting among Australians experiencing homelessness

By Jonathon Louth, Industry Adjunct, University of South Australia
Lisa Hill, Professor of Politics, University of Adelaide
Veronica Coram, Research fellow, Flinders University
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At every federal election, there is a moment when election-watchers turn their attention to the seat of Eden-Monaro in New South Wales. Between 1972 and 2013, the party that formed government won Eden-Monaro. It was (and for some, still is) considered a bellwether seat – what happens in Eden-Monaro is representative of the Australian electorate at large.

But there is another election bellwether we never hear about: people…The Conversation

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