I think all politics try and make it about as few issues as possible inflated to the extreme, with as little nuance as possible.The point being they were labor rusted ons before the culture wars.
thats how the wedge works. The right inflate crap out of one issue, making it the biggest issue for these people thus getting them to vote for cuts to themselves.
It's why we could be taxed $5000 more a year and get an additional $7500 worth of services per year and the policy plan will collapse as costing $5000 extra a year even though everyone is better off.
The nuance of both positions is actually lost, the added value of services aren't factored in and then the other side questions that need to provide the service at such value to everyone whether they want it or not.
Far easier to keep it to simple issues.
So I suspect we will see personality politics where leaders try and keep the entire debate to them, with opposition attacks directed almost entirely at that individual.
Most people don't have the interest in hearing about it for even two minutes, and since everyone votes the value of the person's vote who does care is diluted by the thousand more who will vote on a soundbyte.