Newspoll and Ipsos state breakdowns

State breakdowns from recent polling by both Newspoll and Ipsos agree that Queensland remains a major headache for the Turnbull government.

The Australian has today brought us its quarterly Newspoll breakdowns, whereby three months of polling is condensed into results broken down for the five mainland states, so as to provide such numbers from reliable sample sizes. That much at least was predictable, but we also have today the same exercise from Ipsos courtesy of the Fairfax papers, which is a first. This is because Ipsos poll samples have been pared back from 1400 to 1200, presumably for reasons of cost, and the pollster no longer cares to publish state breakdowns from such small sub-samples, and has thus gone down the Newspoll path of aggregating them on a quarterly basis.

The Australian provides comprehensive Newspoll tables if you’re a subscriber (also featuring breakdowns by gender, three age cohorts and mainland state capitals versus the rest), but all we’ve got from Fairfax so far as I can see is two-party results (more detail may follow in due course). In New South Wales, Newspoll has Labor leading 52-48, while Ipsos has 53-47 (there’s an error in the Fin Review graphic, but that’s what it is); in Victoria, it’s 53-47 from Newspoll, and no less than 56-44 from Ipsos (which is most of the reason Ipsos’s results have been better for Labor lately than Newspoll’s); in Queensland, it’s 53-47 from Newspoll, 52-48 from Ipsos; in Western Australia, Newspoll has it at 50-50, while Ipsos unusually has the Coalition up 53-47; and in South Australia, Newspoll has Labor up 51-49, while Ipsos has it at 52-48 (the latter is inclusive of the Northern Territory, although that shouldn’t matter much – ditto for Newspoll rolling the Australian Capital Territory into New South Wales).

All of which should put BludgerTrack on a firmer footing for its update later this week, despite the likelihood that there will be no new national poll. Also out today is a ReachTEL state poll from Victoria, which is covered in the post below.

Author: William Bowe

William Bowe is a Perth-based election analyst and occasional teacher of political science. His blog, The Poll Bludger, has existed in one form or another since 2004, and is one of the most heavily trafficked websites on Australian politics.

2,147 comments on “Newspoll and Ipsos state breakdowns”

  1. In other news, and completely unrelated to any recent topics of discussion on PB, I have it on good authority from members of another discussion forum that I frequent, that at least one major (in the forum’s field of interest) UK retailer has ignored the Australian Government’s request that they become GST collectors, and that ATO/Borderfarce still aren’t interested in levying the GST at point of delivery. As a result, untaxed low-value imports still seem to be happening in practice, whatever legislation may say.

    Still, hopefully it’ll keep Gerry Harvey off the TV for a while.

  2. Sorry, 2 more I just had to share:

    Stephen Koukoulas

    @TheKouk
    How ridiculous is the objective to have defence spending at 2% of GDP. Why not 1% or 3%? Surely it depends on what is required… in peace times, like now, it should be low, when there’s a war, it should be higher. Another stupid made up policy aim that means nothing.

    and

    The Hill
    @thehill
    Trump says not much he can do even if Putin admits to election meddling: All I can say is “Don’t do it again” http://hill.cm/9elSAIb

    May as well remove the sanctions then! *sigh*

    The childish simplicity of Trump’s rationales masks their evil intent very well.

  3. The Intellectual Bogan says:
    Friday, July 13, 2018 at 12:09 am
    In other news, and completely unrelated to any recent topics of discussion on PB, I have it on good authority from members of another discussion forum that I frequent, that at least one major (in the forum’s field of interest) UK retailer has ignored the Australian Government’s request that they become GST collectors, and that ATO/Borderfarce still aren’t interested in levying the GST at point of delivery. As a result, untaxed low-value imports still seem to be happening in practice, whatever legislation may say.

    ___________

    I am delighted to hear it. There is nothing in it to the advantage of the retailer to become de facto tax collectors for someone they have no relationship with.

    I hope that it becomes the norm, that retailers around give the finger to the Australian Government so far as acting as tax collectors. What is in it for them?

  4. FBI agent Peter Strzok slams Trump’s ‘witch hunt’ conspiracy — and blasts GOP as Russian pawns

    FBI agent Peter Strzok admitted he could have derailed President Donald Trump’s campaign by revealing the investigation into possible Russian collusion — but he never considered doing that.

    Strzok, whose anti-Trump texts with fellow agent Lisa Page have fueled Trump’s “witch hunt” claims, issued a statement ahead of his congressional testimony Thursday about his alleged partisan bias, reported the Associated Press.

    https://www.rawstory.com/2018/07/fbi-agent-peter-strzok-blows-trumps-witch-hunt-conspiracy-blasts-gop-russian-pawns/

  5. Judge says Manafort’s new jail is ‘very familiar’ with housing ‘spies and traitors’

    US. District Court Judge T.S. Ellis II on Thursday ordered former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort to be moved to a jail in Alexandra, Virginia because it has experience housing “spies and traitors.”

    According to Politico, Manafort was booked into the Alexandria facility on Thursday. The transfer comes after Manafort bragged about his “VIP” treatment at Northern Neck Regional Jail.

    https://www.rawstory.com/2018/07/judge-says-manaforts-new-jail-familiar-housing-spies-traitors/

  6. I didn’t really believe this when I read it.

    Phillip Lodge

    22 hours ago

    The LNP has no shame and no pretence about fairness and honesty. Cash, of all people, has now appointed one of her staff to replace the Fair Work Ombudsman. Guaranteed we’ll be hearing little or no more about wage ripoffs and unfair employment practices.

  7. Sally McManus
    ‏@sallymcmanus
    11h

    The Federal Police have now been investigating the leaking to the media of the raids they conducted on union offices for 9 whole months. This case must be a really hard one to crack.

  8. Rick Wilsons latest takes apart the Peter Strozk Congressional hearing

    Republicans Thought Peter Strozk Would Be a Punching Bag. He Just Knocked Them Out.

    The agent was supposed to be a key in the imaginary conspiracy Trump’s congressional lackeys and media fantasists have desperately tried to write as history. He had none of it.

    Donald Trump’s Congressional enablers, sycophants,and political suckups wanted a punching bag, but Peter Strzok instead delivered one of the rarest of moments

    Strzok was supposed to be a key in the imaginary conspiracy that Trump’s congressional lackeys and media fantasists have desperately tried to write as history. The idea that his text messages poison the entire Mueller investigation was a pillar of their defense of the President. This morning they were going for a quick kill. They needed Strzok to flail, and wilt. The Gowdy Goodlatte and Gaetz types needed their grandstanding, dick-waving mock outrage to leave Strozk shaking and begging for mercy.

    Strozk had none of it. In this morning’s round he left the Trumpists of the House staggered in their corner, cut and shaky, wondering where Stozok learned to hit back that hard.

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/republicans-thought-peter-strozk-would-be-a-punching-bag-he-just-knocked-them-out?ref=scroll

  9. The reports of Trump’s visit to the UK will be interesting. He has already said that “the people like me” and that his NATO visit was a huge success. What other fantasies will he come up with?

  10. Michael AvenattiVerified account@MichaelAvenatti
    4h4 hours ago
    I am pleased to report that the charges against my client @stormydaniels have been dismissed in their entirety (below motion was just granted). I want to thank Joe Gibson & his colleagues at the prosecutors ofc for their professionalism starting with our first call early this am.

  11. Some background on the ‘boning’ of Big Barry

    ‘Multiple sources have told The Australian that Mr Littleproud, who unsuccessfully jockeyed to replace Barnaby Joyce after he quit in December as deputy prime minister and Nationals leader over his extramarital affair with an aide, lobbied Liberal National Party delegates to dump Senator O’Sullivan.

    Mr Littleproud denied emphatically that he had gone in to bat for businesswoman Susan McDonald, who stunningly edged out senator Ian Macdonald by a single vote in the preselection ballot at the LNP State Council last Friday. “I did not phone any LNP member to canvass support for either O’Sullivan or McDonald,” he said last night. “Any suggestion otherwise is garbage.”

    But senior LNP figures were adamant that Mr Littleproud had sought to sway delegates away from Senator O’Sullivan, 61, an outspoken conservative who pushed for a royal commission into the banks when Malcolm Turnbull, Treasurer Scott Morrison and other high-ranking ministers were publicly resisting the inquiry.

    In one case, Mr Littleproud was said to have asked an LNP identity to tell Senator O’Sullivan that he should retire. The identity said he had not done so, but declined to be named or to elaborate when contacted yesterday.

    Mr Littleproud, 41, has been styled as a “new Nat” since being promoted into the agriculture portfolio and elevated to cabinet, relaxing what was a hard line under Mr Joyce of talking down the impact of climate change.’

    The ousting of the two regional senators — Senator Macdonald lives in the sugar town of Ayr south of Townsville, while Senator O’Sullivan is from Toowoomba, west of Brisbane — has provoked bitter recriminations and claims that the LNP is abandoning the Nationals’ traditional heartland in the country and regional centres. The party was formed a decade ago when the Coalition partners merged in Queensland. At the federal level, LNP MPs and senators sit in either the Liberal or Nationals partyroom.

  12. Confessions says: Friday, July 13, 2018 at 7:04 am

    phoenixRed:

    And as per usual his writing is highly entertaining!

    *********************************************

    His writings are always a brilliant mix of information – with a lot of funny and entertaining passages

    Its just a pity that other GOP followers do not face up to the reality about anything Trump with the same honesty and integrity of guys like GOP stalwarts Rick Wilson and Steve Schmidt

  13. Some non-recriminations from the imploding QLD LNP, the gift that keeps on giving..

    ‘But old-school Nationals say their influence has been eclipsed by city-based progressives aligned with the Liberal Party. “What we saw last Friday was the old guard that controlled the party lose control,” an informed source said. “They lost control of the floor of state council because most of the delegates there were from the southeast … it was a poke in the eye for the bush and north Queensland.”

    A federal Nationals MP said it was known that Mr Littleproud had canvassed for Ms McDonald to take the No 2 spot on the LNP Senate ticket in Queensland at Senator O’Sullivan’s expense. Ms McDonald, the 48-year-old daughter of former Queensland and federal Nationals president Don McDonald, was supported by the LNP’s women’s division and Young LNP delegates when she clinched the position by 121-120 votes over Senator O’Sullivan at the LNP state council in Brisbane, which was attended by Mr Turnbull last weekend. The Prime Minister was not present for the preselection vote.’

  14. Good morning Dawn Patrollers.

    David Crowe says there’s an election coming, but neither side is ready for it.
    https://www.theage.com.au/world/asia/stateless-and-poor-some-thai-boys-in-cave-already-beat-long-odds-20180711-p4zqrm.html
    According to David Wroe more than 165 power plants, gas works, water facilities and ports have been identified as critical enough to the nation that Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton can step in and compel the operators to improve their defences against sabotage and spying.
    https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/sabotage-laws-give-dutton-new-powers-over-energy-port-facilities-20180712-p4zr3d.html
    On the ACCC report the SMH editorial pleads that what is needed is not a repair job on the whole electricity market but a clear decision on climate change policy.
    https://www.smh.com.au/business/the-economy/fix-climate-policy-to-fix-electricity-market-20180712-p4zr06.html
    David Crowe distils the ACCC report and what the government might do.
    https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/is-the-latest-idea-in-australia-s-energy-debate-really-a-lifeline-for-coal-20180712-p4zr6c.html
    Meanwhile Rod Sims has dismissed suggestions a landmark energy report he issued on Wednesday backed government support for coal, as Coalition figures used the claim to push public subsidies for a new coal-fired power plant to solve Australia’s energy crisis.
    https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/accc-rejects-coal-fired-power-support-claims-20180712-p4zr5z.html
    Snowy Hydro’s biggest storage dam has fallen to less than 25 per cent capacity due to poor rains and high electricity generation following the closure of the Hazelwood coal power station in Victoria.
    https://outline.com/9bTVee
    Adam Creighton reports that The Australian superannuation industry has extracted more than $700bn in fees compared with what super funds charge overseas.
    https://outline.com/HJrqA3
    The incoming Treasury secretary, Liberal staffer Phil Gaetjens, has been described as having a “brilliant brain”, but his appointment has raised eyebrows in Canberra reports Jess Irvine.
    https://www.canberratimes.com.au/politics/federal/eyebrows-raised-over-treasury-secretary-appointment-20180712-p4zr5u.html
    The London Telegraph’s Michael Deacon says Trump remind people of the ranting drunk on the bus.
    https://www.smh.com.au/world/europe/when-the-ranting-drunk-on-the-bus-is-the-most-powerful-man-on-earth-20180712-p4zqym.html
    David Littleproud has been accused of working the numbers to axe influential Queensland LNP senator Barry O’Sullivan in a preselection boilover, deepening divisions between an “old guard” faction and progressives in the Nationals.
    https://outline.com/mrw2Lm
    Greg Jericho shows how new data shows the jobs surge is partly due to workers taking second jobs to make ends meet.
    https://www.theguardian.com/business/grogonomics/2018/jul/12/low-wages-growth-means-work-is-nice-if-you-can-get-it-twice
    The AFR’s James Thompson has a look at the big changes ahead for the NAB.
    https://outline.com/pyjtbR
    David Gruber tells us about the truth bomb dropped by the departing John Fraser on Trump’s trade war.
    https://outline.com/FvGxNC
    Jenna Price tells us what real men look like. And it’s definitely not like David Leyonhjelm.
    https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/what-real-men-look-like-20180712-h12l76.html
    NAB economists have downgraded their property price forecasts and say sentiment toward property has dropped to a two-year low.
    https://www.domain.com.au/money-markets/australias-house-price-outlook-worsens-nab-anz-20180712-h12kye-752029/?utm_campaign=featured-masthead&utm_source=smh&utm_medium=link
    A good contribution from Catharine McGregor on the push to “protect” religion.
    https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/thanks-for-your-concern-but-my-religion-is-not-in-need-of-protection-20180712-p4zr3t.html
    And Michelle Grattan sees little upside for Malcolm Turnbull in the debate over religious freedom.
    https://theconversation.com/grattan-on-friday-little-upside-for-malcolm-turnbull-in-debate-over-religious-freedom-99880
    Gary Younge writes that for Theresa May, the ‘special relationship’ with the US means craven compliance
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/jul/12/theresa-may-special-relationship-craven-compliance-donald-trump
    Dave Donavan concludes his examination of Turnbull’s philanthropy.
    https://independentaustralia.net/politics/politics-display/editorial-the-figjam-philanthropist-part-two,11686
    An Iranian refugee and her 17-year-old son, both acutely physically and mentally ill on Nauru, will be brought to Australia after winning a federal court order to be moved to high-level medical care. It is at least the ninth legal challenge won for medical intervention from Australia’s offshore processing regime. Chalk up another court loss to the Tuber.
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jul/13/court-orders-nauru-refugee-and-son-both-ill-to-be-flown-to-australia
    Ben Doherty says that the government is playing a dangerous game with the lives of refugee children.
    https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/jul/11/each-time-australia-delays-bringing-a-sick-child-from-nauru-the-stakes-get-higher
    The Tax Office may owe businesses up to $300 million in interest on overpaid GST after it lost a Federal Court case, which advisers said was one of the most significant in 20 years.
    https://outline.com/yjaHp7
    And more than a million ordinary Australian taxpayers on wages or salaries will be sprung with a random review of their tax return, the Australian Tax Office has warned.
    https://thenewdaily.com.au/money/your-budget/2018/07/12/one-million-taxpayers-face-random-audit-ato/
    In a ripper riposte Borat bites back at Palin.
    https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2018/jul/12/sacha-baron-cohen-sarah-palin-who-is-america-tv-show-veteran-response

    Cartoon Corner

    David Rowe takes to the skies over London with a fart-propelled Trump.

    Mark David and vanity politics.

    Peter Broelman wraps up the cave rescue.

    Glen Le Lievre on poles and wires.

    Jon Kudelka and the rescued cave boys.
    https://cdn.newsapi.com.au/image/v1/8f52424f8d07d79efdfa7ffafb010d94
    There’s a few in here.
    https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/best-of-fairfax-cartoons-july-13-2018-20180712-h12m9z.html

  15. lizzie @ #1861 Friday, July 13th, 2018 – 6:59 am

    Sally McManus
    ‏@sallymcmanus
    11h

    The Federal Police have now been investigating the leaking to the media of the raids they conducted on union offices for 9 whole months. This case must be a really hard one to crack.

    Such a whimsical way of getting to the heart of the matter. Bless her cotton socks! 🙂

  16. Confessions says: Friday, July 13, 2018 at 7:17 am

    Manafort’s mug shot as he was taken into a jail.

    *******************************************

    Bit different to the coiffured figure in thousand dollar suits and shoes

    Seeing that he has totally pissed off Judge Ellis with sneaky tricks of e-mails and boasts of his VIP treatment – then he is going to look a lot worse after a few weeks in his new jail surroundings designed to cater for ‘spies and traitors’

  17. lizzie @ #1861 Friday, July 13th, 2018 – 3:59 am

    Sally McManus
    ‏@sallymcmanus
    11h

    The Federal Police have now been investigating the leaking to the media of the raids they conducted on union offices for 9 whole months. This case must be a really hard one to crack.

    Maybe the evidence is too much to deny and they’re having difficulty coming up with a reason to sweep it under the carpet. 🙂

  18. It seems the other two women arrested with Stormy Daniels didn’t have their charges dropped, proving yet again that if you can afford or can acquire high profile or top legal defence the justice system delivers very different outcomes for you.

    Stormy’s donating the tips from her performance towards the legal costs for the other two women.

  19. phoenixRed:

    I cannot fathom why Manafort would twice try contacting witnesses against a court ruling unless he knows Trump will pardon him of any convictions.

  20. Just on the FBI conspiracy matter, there are alternate facts…

    ‘Strzok, throughout it all, remained defiant and maintained that he did not show bias in those infamous messages with former FBI lawyer Lisa Page.

    Republicans sharply disputed that assessment, with Rep. Darrell Issa later making Strzok read examples of those texts aloud. Among them, Strzok read one message where he called Trump a “disaster,” and another calling him an “idiot.”

    The initial contempt threat surfaced after House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., questioned “how many witnesses” Strzok interviewed before an August 2016 text from Strzok to Page stating “we’ll stop” then-candidate Trump from becoming president.

    Strzok said he was not able to answer the question based on instructions from FBI counsel. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., rejected Strzok’s claim.

    “Mr. Strzok, you are under subpoena and required to answer the question,” Goodlatte said. ’

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/07/12/fireworks-at-strzok-hearing-as-gop-reps-fume-at-anti-trump-fbi-agent-threaten-contempt.html

  21. lizzie @ #1861 Friday, July 13th, 2018 – 6:59 am

    Sally McManus
    ‏@sallymcmanus
    11h

    The Federal Police have now been investigating the leaking to the media of the raids they conducted on union offices for 9 whole months. This case must be a really hard one to crack.

    The difficulty is finding the person with the least political capital and knowledge of where the skeletons are buried to be the scapegoat.

  22. Perhaps someone could tell the Potato that his reign will not last for ever. He’s in the wrong fight.

    Villages in Bamiyan exemplify how climate change can hamper the ability of families to sustain themselves. According to Prince Zaher, they show why global warming should be taken as seriously as fighting insurgents. “Terrorism is not going to be lingering here for ever,” he says. “But climate change is an ongoing death sentence.”

    http://www.climatecentral.org/news/climate-change-death-sentence-afghanistans-highlands-21715?utm_source=feedburner//u0026utm_medium=feed//u0026utm_campaign=Feed%3A+climatecentral%2FdjOO+Climate+Central+-+Full+Feed/

  23. Catherine McGregor hits the right spot in her criticism of Shelton and Bernardi..

    Like every human being, I ultimately seek to follow my conscience as best I can. And I accept the risk of eternal damnation promised to me by purring, pious Pharisees like Lyle Shelton and chisel-jawed tele-evangelist Cory Bernardi with all the equanimity I can muster. “Ye shall know them by their fruits,” Jesus told us. That odious pair peddle hate against some of the most vulnerable people in our society. If that is how they choose to render to Caesar in pursuit of secular political power, good luck to them. But both seem manifestly bereft of a shred of spirituality or compassion. They are just second-rate backlash politicians whom earthly ignominy awaits.

    https://www.theage.com.au/politics/federal/thanks-for-your-concern-but-my-religion-is-not-in-need-of-protection-20180712-p4zr3t.html

  24. The Christian Soldiers, within and without politics and parliament, are going to have a hard time squaring the circle over how you allow victimisation of Muslims, but not Christians or Jews.

  25. Re: The Kouk:

    “How ridiculous is the objective to have defence spending at 2% of GDP. Why not 1% or 3%? Surely it depends on what is required… in peace times, like now, it should be low, when there’s a war, it should be higher. Another stupid made up policy aim that means nothing.”

    Kouk should stick to economics. It takes years to acquire appropriate defence materiel and sometimes decades to properly integrate those assets with other defence assets. Increased defence spending in times of war to train an deploy infrantry battalions is all well and good (and in fact under the Australian Armies brigade restructure – Plan Bethseeba, rapidly increasing the combat readiness of reserve brigades in times of war is already factored in), but in terms of Armoured Support, Logistic infrastructure, UAVs, manned and unmanned close air support, air interdiction capabilities, air and ambibious transport, blue water and littoral navy, satelites etc etc you cant just switch the light on and possess the necessary assets required, even if yo don’t possess a sovereign defence industry – in fact especially if you dont possess such an industry (because ‘off the shelf’ aquisitions often take even longer to acquire, esepcially if they are being brought from allies that are also ramping up for war).

    That said, the 2% rule, is a pretty bad one to have – if a nation’s economy is sluggish the figure might be as high as 2.5%, but if the economy is powering along a 1.5% defence spend might be sufficient.

  26. Like an ax slowly chopping at the trunk of a massive tree, waves driven by sea-level rise will hack away the base of cliffs on the Southern California coast at an accelerated pace, a recent study says, increasing land erosion that could topple some bluffs and thousands of homes sitting atop them.

    California officials from Santa Barbara to San Diego will face an awful choice as the sea rises, the U.S. Geological Survey study says: save public beaches enjoyed by millions, or close them off with boulders and concrete walls to armor the shore and stop the waves in a bid to save homes.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2018/07/11/california-will-have-a-terrible-choice-save-cliff-side-homes-or-public-beaches-from-rising-seas/?utm_term=.46fc746be5a0

    And the visuals are already compelling evidence of this.

  27. The defence spending will flow through to the American companies manufacturing armaments equipments technical support etc. this should help US growth.

  28. Check out all the essentially homeless people who have camped out permanently in the car park in their motor homes in that Californian photo!

  29. i would add that the Republicans efforts are to protect themselves as well. so many of them are seriously compromised.

    @Evan_McMullin
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    House Republicans’ efforts today and otherwise to expose the sources of an ongoing counter-intelligence investigation of immense national importance are utterly reprehensible and dangerous. They’re abusing their authorities to protect the president at the country’s expense.

    2:40 PM – 12 Jul 2018

  30. https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/jul/13/greenpeace-and-getup-launch-campaign-to-kill-national-energy-guarantee

    The Queensland and Victorian governments will be hit with a new television advertising campaign in an effort to persuade them to torpedo the national energy guarantee at a critical meeting in early August.

    The activist group GetUp has combined with Greenpeace to bankroll what it describes as hard-hitting television advertisements targeting the two Labor-held states ahead of a meeting of energy ministers in August that will make or break the Turnbull government’s signature energy policy.
    ::::::
    The ACF’s Gavan McFadzean said: “What every state and territory government needs to understand is that if they sign up to this Neg, they own it and its woefully inadequate 26% pollution reduction target, locked in to 2030.

    “It won’t be just Malcolm Turnbull’s Neg, or Tony Abbott’s, but Daniel Andrews’ and Annastacia Palaszczuk’s as well.”

  31. Jaeger @ #1890 Friday, July 13th, 2018 – 9:11 am

    Check out all the essentially homeless people who have camped out permanently in the car park in their motor homes in that Californian photo!

    It’s a “trailer park” – San Francisco RV Resort:

    This park has definitely been impacted by the erosion as well, losing about 50 premium ocean facing sites that have had to be closed as it is unsafe to park RVs there.

    https://rvlove.com/2017/07/22/review-san-francisco-rv-resort-pacifica-ca/

    Ew! It’s gross! Nothing like our beautiful caravan parks in Australia with their landscaped surrounds and amenities. It’s just a car park. Super-sized. For RVs.

  32. Lizzie@6:53am
    I am troubled that you could not believe Cash appointed one of her staff as Fair Work Ombudsman (which is outrageous).
    Why I am concerned? That shows you that a little part of your brain still believes that Cash and this government will do the right thing by the people of this country after what they did till now ( I am shaking my head)

  33. Strip club Stormy Daniels charges dropped: lawyer

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1756440/3-strip-club-stormy-daniels-charges-dropped-lawyer/

    Michael Avenatti‏Verified account @MichaelAvenatti

    I am pleased to report that the charges against my client @stormydaniels have been dismissed in their entirety (below motion was just granted). I want to thank Joe Gibson & his colleagues at the prosecutors ofc for their professionalism starting with our first call early this am.

    We appreciate Chief Kim Jacobs’s statement relating to the improper arrest. However, we demand a full and OPEN investigation into the conduct of the officers, including an examination of their social media accounts (some of which were mysteriously taken down earlier today)…

    Certain of these accounts appear to have been very pro-Trump. In the event it is discovered that my client was targeted & arrested because of our opposition to Mr. Trump, the resulting lawsuit & action will be swift and devastating. That is not a threat. It is a promise. #Basta

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