Why Queensland is a political enigma
If there's one predictable thing about politics in Queensland, it's that it's unpredictable.
Federally, the state is a bonanza for the Coalition: it gave Scott Morrison a majority just last year.
But at a state level, it's a different story: the LNP’s only governed for one term since the 90s.
So how can that possibly be the same state?
Today on The Signal, we look into Queensland’s looming state election this Saturday.
With COVID-19 and the fickle Queensland electorate to contend with, what's going to happen?
Professor Anne Tiernan, Political Scientist, Griffith University, Brisbane