We’ve brought in the Coalition’s price to win the next federal election from $3.00 to $2.80 on the back of the scrapping of the Medicare levy.
And there it is…. @Bowenchris confirms Labor will not be proceeding with a medicare levy on those earning above $87K
— Laura Jayes (@ljayes) April 26, 2018
Dumping the Medicare levy rise on the evening of ANZAC Day is not so much taking out the trash as burying it in nuclear waste barrels and dumping it in the desert and hoping no-one noticed #auspol
— Stephen Murray (@smurray38) April 25, 2018
We no longer need to increase the Medicare Levy. The Turnbull Government is guaranteeing full funding of the National Disability Insurance Scheme through a stronger economy and by ensuring the government lives within its means. #auspol pic.twitter.com/c818YBeBYV
— Scott Morrison (@ScottMorrisonMP) April 26, 2018
Despite holding the vast majority of money, 88% to be precise, Labor has drifted ever so slightly from $1.37 out to $1.40.
A budget surplus for the 2018 financial year won’t be happening according to the odds of $1.04, however a surplus in 2020 or 2021 is a $2.50 chance.
Photo by Alex Ellinghausen