October 22, 2012

Mixed Results for Gillard's Misogyny Card

Peter Hartcher, Sydney Morning Herald

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Today's poll gives us the first hard evidence to judge the electoral effect of Julia Gillard's famous ''sexist and misogynist'' speech to Parliament last week. And the verdict seems to be that it has had a positive effect for the Prime Minister, but a limited one.

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