Labor plans a $160 million plebiscite on becoming a republic, but a poll suggests Australians are going cold on the idea

A poll out today suggests Labor’s plan to hold a plebiscite asking Australians if they support becoming a republic could be met with a very tepid reaction.

Advocates back Labor as best hope for a republic

Australians could be voting on a head of state if Labor wins the next election, with the opposition to put $160 million towards a national plebiscite

Labor promises ‘$160m republic referendum’ if they win federal election

Bill Shorten has reportedly signed off on the funding plan for the national plebiscite.

Pledge for national vote comes almost 20 years after failed referendum on making Australia a republic

Labor Wants A Plebiscite On Australia Becoming A Republic

Labor says if elected it plans to hold a $160 million national plebiscite on whether Australia should become a republic.

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten signed off on the $160 million funding plan for the national plebiscite, under a Labor plan to hold a national vote if the party wins the next federal election.

Labor's Plan for Republic Plebiscite - Vision Christian Radio

Labor's $160m plan for republic plebiscite

The federal opposition is pushing ahead with plans to hold a $160 million plebiscite on the republic issue in the first term of a Labor government.

Labor promises $160m republic ballot as first step to constitutional change Labor promises $160m republic ballot as first step to constitutional change

Labor says it will ask voters about their preference for an Australian republic within its first term of government.