Report reveals ‘very concerning’ use of taxpayer dollars at 2019 NSW election

A report by the New South Wales Auditor-General has revealed taxpayer money was used to conduct polling of attitudes towards the state government ahead of the 2019 election.

NSW Shadow Minister for Better Public Services Sophie Cotsis told Sky News the findings of the report are “very concerning”.

”The auditor-general stated this was an inappropriate use of taxpayer dollars and it highly risked the issue of being highly political, particularly leading up to the last state election,” Ms Cotsis said.

“I’m very concerned.”

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