Why do angry voters want to QUIT Tony Abbott and how have he made people ashamed to be Australian?

Tony Abbott has always had a base of loyal voters in his Warringah electorate; however, after the Liberal Party's leadership spill, its solid base may have been compromised.

Tony Abbott has always had a base of loyal voters in his Warringah electorate, but his support begins to crumble after the spill of Liberal Party leaders.

But not everyone on the beaches of North Sydney are happy after the former prime minister helped to oust Malcolm Turnbull, and one of his voters said he made them "ashamed of being Australians."

The voters of Warringah led the Facebook post of Mr. Abbott congratulating Scott Morrison on his victory to express his disappointment in his MP.

Tony Abbott has always had a base of loyal voters in his Warringah electorate; however, after the Liberal Party's leadership spill, its solid base may have been compromised.

Tony Abbott has always had a base of loyal voters in his Warringah electorate; however, after the Liberal Party's leadership spill, its solid base may have been compromised.

"I have been a liberal voter for over 35 years and you DISAPPOINT me, you just lost my vote and many others … FED UP …", wrote one user.

"I live in your seat and I am a liberal supporter, but if you continue to be the candidate for this seat, I will decide which independent vote you will vote for. You have shamed this country politically," added another.

However, despite all the criticism and negative criticism against Mr Abbott, several other people shared their support for their official Facebook page.

& # 39; This man CARES (sic) for his party and he would only do the right thing, but some can not get this. You can not get loyalty, "wrote a supporter.

"Good for you, Tony expected Peter Dutton to win, I would like to see you as Prime Minister again, you work for the Australians," added another.

"It's wonderful that Tony stays for the good of Australia and its people," wrote a third contributor.

After former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (pictured) was ousted by the Liberal Party, many Abbot supporters have spoken out against him and the party.

After former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (pictured) was ousted by the Liberal Party, many Abbot supporters have spoken out against him and the party.

After former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (pictured) was ousted by the Liberal Party, many Abbot supporters have spoken out against him and the party.

Several residents of their electorate spoke with news.com.au about their disappointment with their MP.

"His name is mud right now … I voted for him but never again," said a Manly resident.

"I felt that Malcolm was doing the best he could and the impact on (the former former minister) Julie Bishop was also amazing, I'm almost ashamed to be Australian at this time."

She went further and said that Abbott was "pure ego" and "totally out of touch".

Another resident of Manly echoed those feelings.

"He's just tired and he keeps going around, I do not know why, he seems to be stirring the boat instead of being genuinely serving as a local member," he said.

Other voters in Warringah led the Facebook post of Mr. Abbott congratulating Scott Morrison (pictured) on his victory to express his disappointment.

Other voters in Warringah led the Facebook post of Mr. Abbott congratulating Scott Morrison (pictured) on his victory to express his disappointment.

Other voters in Warringah led the Facebook post of Mr. Abbott congratulating Scott Morrison (pictured) on his victory to express his disappointment.

The two prime ministers, Mr. Abbott and Mr. Turnbull (photographed together) have a colorful history and are seen as the architects of the dismissal of everyone from the main job.

The two prime ministers, Mr. Abbott and Mr. Turnbull (photographed together) have a colorful history and are seen as the architects of the dismissal of everyone from the main job.

The two prime ministers, Mr. Abbott and Mr. Turnbull (photographed together) have a colorful history and are seen as the architects of the dismissal of everyone from the main job.

Liberal MP Jason Falinski said that while Abbott always had his detractors, he always had his supporters.

"Among working and retired people, mothers, fathers and families, the message I get is that they like Tony and they like his participation in the community, what he has done in the community and do not see a better option in front of them, & # 39; told news.com.au.

Abbott retained the headquarters of Warringah in the 2016 elections by a wide margin, 61.6 percent against the Greens 38.4 percent.

In the 2013 elections, Mr. Abbott also won by a similar margin, 65.3 percent against 34.7 percent of the Labor Party.

TONY ABBOTT SIX-POINT CHOICE PLAN

Fix the parliament: Reform the Senate, turn it into a house of revision, not a house of rejection, to end the stalemate and make Australia work again.

Live within our means: Stop all new and frivolous expenses to fix the budget and stop cheating our grandchildren.

Eliminate the pressure of energy prices: End of additional intermittent and unreliable energy subsidies.

Make housing more accessible: By reducing immigration to migrants who can make a contribution from the first day.

Make Australia safe: Keep Jihadis off the streets. Stop the hate preachers. Make better use of the armed forces. Let the police shoot to kill to save innocent lives.

Celebrate Australia, do not neglect yourself: End of funds for intimidating bureaucracies and welcome to speak directly.

Source: tonyabbott.com.au

The results show strong long-term support for Abbott in his own electorate.

Abbott has been in harm control since the spill of liberal leaders and has already published statements on how the country and its government can move forward.

& # 39; We need to give the public something to wait; We need to give our own people something to fight for, "the statement said.

It also established a six-point plan to achieve this goal, which includes: fixing Parliament, living up to our means, easing the pressure on energy prices, making housing more affordable, making Australia safe and secure. Celebrate the nation instead of leaving it aside.

It remains to be seen if these focus points will resonate with the voting public.

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