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Anthony Albanese has brushed off a tough assessment of his performance in the first week of his campaign.

The Opposition leader responded to an exclusive Resolve poll for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age earlier showed support for Labor and its leader had taken a plunge after the first week of the election campaign.

“I said when the campaign opened that we were the underdogs in this campaign,” he said.

“I’ve consistently said that it’s a mountain that Labor seeks to climb.

“But we also know our obligation to get there, to climb that mountain.”

Source: 9News

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