Albanese has a ‘complicated balance to strike’ when it comes to the green agenda

YouTuber and commentator Daisy Cousens says Anthony Albanese has a “complicated balance” to strike when it comes to how he handles the green agenda in the lead up to the next federal election. 

Ms Cousens said if Mr Albanese leads with the green agenda he will “put the noses out of joint” of the mining seats in Western Australia and Queensland. 

“However, the counter argument to that is if he goes too far away from the green agenda and tries to pander to those seats, he’ll risk putting off inner city seats who might vote for the Greens instead of Labor," she told Sky News host Gary Hardgrave. 

“So it's actually quite a complicated balance here for him to strike and as for him actually succeeding in doing that, I don’t think he will.”

YouTuber and commentator Daisy Cousens says Anthony Albanese has a “complicated balance” to strike when it comes to how he handles the green agenda in the lead up to the next federal election.

Ms Cousens said if Mr Albanese leads with the green agenda he will “put the noses out of joint” of the mining seats in Western Australia and Queensland.

“However, the counter argument to that is if he goes too far away from the green agenda and tries to pander to those seats, he’ll risk putting off inner city seats who might vote for the Greens instead of Labor,” she told Sky News host Gary Hardgrave.

“So it’s actually quite a complicated balance here for him to strike and as for him actually succeeding in doing that, I don’t think he will.” YouTuber and commentator Daisy Cousens says Anthony Albanese has a “complicated balance” to strike when it comes to how he handles the green agenda in the lead up to the next federal election.

Ms Cousens said if Mr Albanese leads with the green agenda he will “put the noses out of joint” of the mining seats in Western Australia and Queensland.

“However, the counter argument to that is if he goes too far away from the green agenda and tries to pander to those seats, he’ll risk putting off inner city seats who might vote for the Greens instead of Labor,” she told Sky News host Gary Hardgrave.

“So it’s actually quite a complicated balance here for him to strike and as for him actually succeeding in doing that, I don’t think he will.”

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