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28 June 2016
Three of Victoria’s most marginal federal electorates are on a knife-edge, with voters in all three seats showing strong support for government to start retiring coal-burning power stations, according to polling commissioned by Environment Victoria and conducted by ReachTEL.
Over 600 voters were polled in each of the Victorian electorates of Deakin (around Ringwood), Dunkley (around Frankston) and Corangamite (covering southern Geelong and western districts), covering climate and energy issues.
- Around two thirds of voters think governments...