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Why do LNP state governments fail while the federal Liberal Party reigns?

Why is the Liberal Party collapsing at the state level almost everywhere, despite 10 years of federal power?

Premier of South Australia Steven Marshall (Image: AAP / David Mariuz)

For the Marshall government in South Australia, the threat of the collapse of the Whyalla Steelworks would not have arrived at its worst. In fact, the collapse of the industry remaining in the state’s rusty bucket isn’t just about summoning the ghosts sung by Craig Emerson, it’s pretty bad. “No wipe-out”..

Oh, haven’t you been thinking about it for a while? I’m sorry, but if it’s in my head, it must be in your head.

However, in next year’s elections, the first Marshall administration is lagging behind polls and is considering being chucked. The question is why they are late in polls. And the broader question is why the Liberal Party is collapsing at the state level almost everywhere in the country. Especially because they have locked federal power for 10 years. How was this split?

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