Prime Minister Anthony Albanese still sees the Voice to Parliament referendum succeeding with 30 per cent of undecided voters still in play.
Englishheadline Political Editor Andrew Clennell says despite Anthony Albanese’s confidence, polls are predicting the Voice referendum has little chance of being successful.
“From Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s point of view, he still sees the referendum as up for grabs with an undecided vote of around 30 per cent in play,” Mr Clennell said.
“Polls indicate very little chance of the Yes campaign being successful.
“The government will make sure to not just talk about the Voice for the next four weeks; it’s very conscious of the need to show Australians it is not solely concentrating on this referendum.”