Galaxy poll swings against Labor

THE Flynn electorate will lie firmly in the hands of the LNP following Saturday's election according to a galaxy poll of 4000 voters.

The Sunday Mail yesterday revealed 20 polled electorates including Flynn, favoured the Opposition with a 5.4% polling swing against Labor giving the Coalition a 54 – 46% lead on a two-party preferred basis.

LNP candidate for Flynn Ken O'Dowd said the difference came down to policy.

“If that's the case they (Labor) can blame it fairly and squarely on their policies,” Mr O'Dowd said.

“I think the mining tax, the emissions trading scheme and the fact that Labor will jump into bed with the Greens Party is of great concern to the electors. I think their policy spells disaster for Australia and so do a lot of the voters. I am sure by far we've got the better policies and this news does give me a boost.”

Member for Flynn Chris Trevor was yesterday unavailable for comment.



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