How COVID created unbeatable politicians

COVID-19 has done something strange to Australian politics. The WA Premier Mark McGowan is facing this weekend's election with a 90% approval rating, and the opposition has conceded defeat before polls have opened. Campaigning to win an election from the top job has always been a big advantage, but this is new territory. So does the same rule apply to Scott Morrison, and will he test it out before the end of the year? Featured: Jacob Kagi, ABC State Political Reporter, WA Phil Coorey, Political Editor, Australian Financial Review

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