Where politicians live


Articles discussing where politicians live included below.


The Aus, August 8th:

Malcolm Turnbull lives amid wealth, with 41 per cent of voters in his suburb of Woollahra in the top 20 per cent of earners, a concentration of income surpassed only in Mosman in the electorate of his predecessor, Tony Abbott.

Although far from harbourside wealth, more than half of Bill Shorten’s electorate of Maribyrnong is in the solid middle-class suburb of Moonee Valley, which is under less cost-of-living pressure than 60 per cent of the country. People in the top-earning fifth of the population make up 24 per cent of Moonee Valley’s population, against only 18.1 per cent in the poorest quintile.