Perrottet, Minns answer quickfire round of 'pub trivia'
The leaders' debate ahead of the NSW election saw some fiery moments as they went head-to-head to make their stand on policies.
Premier Dominic Perrottet and Labor leader Chris Minns were grilled by 9News Sydney's Peter Overton and Liz Daniels, 2GB's Chris O'Keefe and the Sydney Morning Herald's Alexandra Smith about cost of living pressures, housing, and the economy.
But a quickfire round of questions – to be answered with single words, a rule both men sometimes ignored – gave voters a swift idea of where the two parties stand on policies, their families and the NRL.
So they did they fare?
Labor is now in power federally and in every other main state and territory, is that good for democracy?
Minns: I think it is. People make those decisions, we support it.
Will you accept the support of the crossbench to form government?
Was Gladys Berejiklian treated unfairly by the ICAC?
Would Gladys Berejiklian have won this election?
Minns: I have no idea. That's up to the voters.
Will you rule out a northbound toll on the bridge?
Should mobile phones be banned in schools?
Perrottet: They are.
If you lose, will you serve out your full term?
Minns: I will.
Where do you get the best pie in Sydney?
Minns: Oatley pies.
Who is going to win the NRL premiership?
Perrottet: I hope the Tigers but that's not looking very good.
Minns: The Bulldogs are going to win.
How many hours of sleep do you get a night?
Perrottet: Five hours.
Minns: About the same.
The final question was for both leaders to name all their children in age order.
Perrottet has seven kids and Minns has three. Both did it successfully.
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