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Holding MPs to account is now considered mischief?

Matt Canavan has accused the ABC and the Queensland edition of Vote Compass of push polling, but his criticism is factually and fundamentally flawed, writes Clifton van der Linden in ABC’s The Drum (21.1.15).

Queensland National Party Senator Matt Canavan’s criticism of the Queensland edition of Vote Compass – which was reproduced in The Australian earlier this week – ‘demonstrates a serious misunderstanding of both the subject matter at hand and the ABC’s efforts to promote more robust democratic engagement in Australia.’

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