Single word that persuaded swing voter to vote for Anthony Albanese over Scott Morrison

A swinging voter says he was swayed by a single word Anthony Albanese said during Wendesday’s night’s final election debate. 

Voter Kurt, in the key Queensland seat of Lilley, told Channel Seven that Prime Minister Morrison ‘spoke very much about “you and your responsibilities”.’  

‘Whereas Mr Albanese used the word “we”, and “we exist in a society” and “we work together”. So that’s what was more positive for me,’ he said – making clear which way his vote would now swing. 

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