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As federal Labor heads towards an election set for September 14, primary support for the party’s South Australian branch has slumped to 33 per cent, according to the latest Newspoll. with the.
Photograph: Pool/Getty Images For the past seven weeks, national polls have remained reasonably steady, with most polls bouncing around between 51-49 to the Coalition and 51-49 to Labor. The most.
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Labor have received a boost in the latest Newspoll, setting them on track to win Just five days from the Federal Election Labor lead the Coalition 51 to 49 per cent The boost comes despite Scott.
Coalition edges ahead of Labor in latest Newspoll for the first time. The latest Newspoll shows the coalition sitting on 51 per cent compared to Labor’s 49 per cent on a two-party preferred basis. AS the election campaign enters its final week, the coalition has pulled ahead of Labor in the Newspoll opinion poll for the first time.
The latest Guardian Essential opinion survey has Labor comfortably ahead of the Coalition on the two-party-preferred measure, with Labor on 53% and the Coalition on 47%, which is the same result as.
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The latest Newspoll published in The Australian on Monday shows the coalition sitting on 51 per cent compared to Labor’s 49 per cent on a two-party preferred basis.
Labor continues to lead the coalition in the latest newspoll, but disapproval rates for both leaders increased. (aap image/james ross) labor remains ahead of the Liberal-National Coalition with an unchanged two-party preferred vote of 53-47 per cent, according to the latest Newspoll published by The Australian newspaper last night.
Bill Shorten is on track to return Labor to power six years after the collapse of the Rudd-Gillard government, with an election-eve Newspoll showing a 1.9 per cent swing against the Coalition.
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Labor has pulled ahead of the Coalition in the Newspoll for the first time since Malcolm Turnbull wrested the leadership from Tony Abbott last year. The latest Newspoll, published by the Australian late on Monday evening, has Labor ahead of the Coalition on the two-party-preferred measure 51% to 49%.
Source: Getty The Labor Party has held onto its lead over the Coalition in the Newspoll results as. according to the latest Guardian Essential poll. Consistent with polling undertaken by Newspoll, ReachTel and Ipsos, voting intentions post-budget have remained fixed, and Labor remains well ahead of.