AusPol101: Who are the young ones voting for in this election?

Grace Mackenzie is counting the hours. She’s been surveying the young ones, and thinking through the analysis, and has a few things to say about what might happen in the federal election.

AusPol101: Young people are a demographic that few understand, but the Greens have cracked the code.

Grace Mackenzie is not too impressed with the major parties’ attempts to reach younger voters via their wooden social media posts – except for the Greens. She explains why.

AusPol101: No one falls victim to internet trolls more than ScoMo, but not for the things that matter.

Grace Mackenzie reviews Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s blunders while using social media in past as the Federal Election heats up and set for the showdown in three weeks time.

AusPol101: University students are a key demographic, so why is the current election campaign overlooking them?

Grace Mackenzie wonders why the economics of tertiary education has not been a central issue (yet) in the election campaign.

AusPol101: Young people are following the federal election closely, just not how you might think.

We introduce our new Wednesday column AusPol101 penned by Deakin Uni’s Grace Mackenzie (who knows her way around student life). As the federal election campaign unfolds, Grace will offer insights from the perspective of a student. Here she looks at how students are engaging with Australian politics.