Labor is now ahead of the Coalition 55 percent to 45 percent on a two-party preferred basis, up a point from a Newspoll two weeks earlier. Morrison’s (photo above) own ratings, which dropped after the Coalition lost a by-election for the seat of former prime minister malcolm turnbull, fell further into.
The latest 7News-ReachTel poll gives Labor a 52-48 two-party preferred lead over the coalition – well down on the 10-point lead to As the coalition seeks to make jobs and growth the key issue of the election, the poll showed 52.6 per cent of voters favoured the.
The latest Newspoll shows Labor holds a six point lead over the coalition government, but there are concerns over the state of politics generally. The cabinet is meeting on Monday morning when it’s expected ministers will discuss the future of the marriage plebiscite ahead of a special Liberal.
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Labor pulls ahead of Coalition in Newspoll to lead 54-46 thelatestbreakingnews March 11, 2019 Latest Breaking News Leave a comment 8 Views Federal Exertions has pulled forward of the Coalition after per week of rebellions and recriminations inside the govt, main 54% to 46% at the two-party favored measure.
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The latest Newspoll result has Labor’s lead back to 52-48 after a one point move in the Coalition’s favour a fortnight ago, from primary votes of Coalition 38% (down one), Labor 38% (steady), Greens 9% (steady) and One Nation 8% (up two).
Coalition hits the big 5-0 in bad Newspolls. Good morning, early birds. An ethiopian airlines flight has crashed leaving 157 people dead, plus the government cracks The federal Coalition has lost its 50th consecutive Newspoll in a row, with Labor extending its two-party preferred lead from 53-47 to 54-46.
Labor is now ahead of the Coalition 55 percent to 45 percent on a two-party preferred basis, up a point from a Newspoll two weeks earlier. An election is due by May 2019. In a survey involving all political parties, the Coalition’s support fell by 1 percentage point to 35 percent, while Labor gained a.
Labor has retained its six point lead over the Coalition in the latest Newspoll, despite the government’s recent attack on the opposition over border protection.. winning over voters ahead of.
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 on Sunday night. But Mr Morrison has dismissed suggestions the result shows the government hasn’t been getting through to.