The latest Newspoll out this morning shows Labor slightly widening their edge over the Coalition as voters head to the polls after a tense five-week campaign.
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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Labor stays ahead of The Coalition in latest poll. WITH federal parliament set to resume today, there are mixed results for Malcolm Turnbull and the Coalition in the latest Newspoll.
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.
Photograph: Rolex Dela Pena/EPA Malcolm Turnbull has suffered a five-point drop in the better prime minister rating in the latest. ahead 36% to Shorten’s 34%. Labor inched forward to improve its.
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.
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Labor leader Bill Shorten’s approval rating rose two points to 39%. photograph: dan Peled/AAP Bill Shorten has pulled ahead of Tony Abbott as preferred prime minister in the latest Newspoll. ahead.
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.
THE election campaign has become a tight contest, with the Coalition back in front on primary votes. Furthermore, Tony Abbott has narrowed the leadership gap on Julia Gillard. The latest Newspoll.
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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.
according to the latest Guardian Essential poll. The new opinion survey of 1,826 voters has Labor ahead of the Coalition on the two-party preferred measure, 54% to 46%. In March, Labor boasted a.