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Australia's struggling youth may decide election

Intergenerational conflict marks polls, with young people angry at poor prospects

| Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands

Australia heads to national polls on May 18 with two rival leaders who are not much liked and two main parties trying to appeal to a divided electorate, while the internet is giving previously unattainable visibility to minority opinions and individual candidates.

More than most, though, this is an old versus young election.

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