McKenzie shooting club given sport grant

Source: Daily Mail Online - View Original Article
Published: Jan 22, 2020
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89% Conservative


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Universal Healthcare
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Sentiments

77% "Grants right across the electorate, for Labor and Liberal members, and National party members alike, applied through the proper processes, received the grants, they ..."
57% "The auditor-general found 73 per cent of the projects Senator McKenzie approved were not recommended by Sport Australia.""
55% "Treasurer Josh Frydenberg, whose electorate was awarded more than $700,000 from the sports grants program, also defended his colleague.""
53% "Senator McKenzie has refused to apologise, while Mr Morrison and Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack are backing the under-fire minister.""
52% "She made the announcement alongside Nationals candidate Mark Byatt who was contesting the seat that was eventually won by independent MP Helen Haines.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

77% : "Grants right across the electorate, for Labor and Liberal members, and National party members alike, applied through the proper processes, received the grants, they were all eligible and the money is being well spent," Mr Frydenberg told 2GB radio.
57% : The auditor-general found 73 per cent of the projects Senator McKenzie approved were not recommended by Sport Australia.
55% : Treasurer Josh Frydenberg, whose electorate was awarded more than $700,000 from the sports grants program, also defended his colleague.
53% : Senator McKenzie has refused to apologise, while Mr Morrison and Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack are backing the under-fire minister.
52% : She made the announcement alongside Nationals candidate Mark Byatt who was contesting the seat that was eventually won by independent MP Helen Haines.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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