Lisa Wilkinson grilled over pay gap

Could Nine plump for all-female hosts on Today?

KARL Stefanovic? Pfffttt! Ben Fordham? Eeeehh. Richard Wilkins? Please!

The votes have been tallied and the results are in: Lisa Wilkinson is your favourite host of Today, one of Australia's most watched morning shows.

In an exclusive audience poll for Seniors News, Wilkinson, Today's long-time co-host with Stefanovic, completely dominated with 37 percent of the votes.

Who's the better host of Today?

This poll ended on 31 December 2017.

Current Results

Karl Stefanovic


Ben Fordham


Lisa Wilkinson


Sylvia Jeffreys


Richard Wilkins


Tim Gilbert


This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

Fordham, the program's backup host, beat Stefanovic (16 percent) to second place in the hearts of Australians with 19 percent of the vote.

Stefanovic is "widely reported" to be the top earner on Today despite Wilkinson's denial of any such pay inequalities.

However, Stefanovic's position as alpha male could be under threat with the poll results showing that there could be a major shift on the program and asks the big question: could Today field all-female hosts for the show?

Yes, that's right. News presenter Sylvia Jeffreys is hot on the heels of both Stefanovic and Fordham with 12 percent of the vote and a Wilkinson-Jeffreys partnership could offer a strong case to lead the show.

Meanwhile, sports presenter Tim Gilbert took home nine percent of the vote and Wilkins, the shows long-running entertainment reporter, rounded out the vote with a measly four percent.

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