The Australian reports Newspoll has closed its 2018 account with another crushing 55-45 lead for Labor, from primary votes of Coalition 35% (up one), Labor 41% (up one), Greens 9% (steady) and One Nation 7% (down one). Scott Morrison edges to net negative territory on his personal ratings, being down one on approval to 42% and up three on disapproval to 45%.
The Coalition is losing its post-election gain against Labor but remains on top with a lead of 51 to 49 on a two-party preferred basis, according to the latest Newspoll. msn back to msn home news.
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The latest Newspoll. ago the Government’s prospects improved slightly when the Coalition and Labor were tied on a primary vote of 38 per cent. But the new poll has seen Labor edge ahead by one.
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The latest Newspoll results were published in The Australian on Dec. 10 and showed the margin gained by the Coalition in the election was long gone in just three short months. The australian labor party wins the two-party preferred vote with 52 per cent compared to the Coalition’s 48 per cent.
Malcolm Turnbull in Sydney on Saturday. On a preferred prime minister basis Turnbull remains ahead, at 42% to Shorten’s 32%. Labor has maintained its lead over the Coalition for the third.
Ipsos and YouGov Galaxy polls also show Labor ahead of the Coalition, with a similar margin of 51-49.
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The exclusive Newspoll, conducted for The Weekend Australian, shows Labor heading to the polls with a two-party-preferred vote lead over the Coalition of 51.5 per cent to 48.5 per cent.