With just 10 days to go before the never-ending election campaign comes to an end, it looks very much as though the national broadband network is not the hot potato that some thought it would be.
Can digital data from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Vote Compass survey be used as the basis of broad pronouncements about the nation in the same way that scientific polling data from the likes of Galaxy, Ipsos and Roy Morgan Research is utilised?
It was billed as something unprecedented and pumped up a great deal but in the end the Facebook debate between Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition leader Bill Shorten turned out to be nothing unusual.
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