The final NSW election polls vary on the predicted outcome, but they all point to a Labor win.
Polls show the race to form the next state government in NSW has tightened in recent weeks.
The Albanese government suffered a small setback on two party preferred figures in the latest Newspoll – but there was good news on its proposed super tax changes.
The latest Newspoll shows Labor’s lead shrinking but still leading ahead of the NSW state election in March.
The first Newspoll to ask about the Indigenous Voice to Parliament also found 56-37 in favour.
God bless Scott Morrison, Labor must say to itself daily, as the former prime minister remains a recurring reminder of the bad old days of a disorderly government.
The Labor federal government continues to poll strongly, maintaining a big two-party preferred lead.
Despite a swing away from Labor, the Andrews government has been returned comfortably for a third term.
As election day arrives in Victoria, two late polls predict a return of the Andrews Labor government.
The Labor government’s lead is closing in the polls, but it still looks set to be returned on November 26.
There were mixed results for the Albanese government from polls take in the wake of its first budget.
Anthony Albanese extends his lead over Peter Dutton as preferred prime minister as the government’s ‘honeymoon’ period continues.
There is still three months to go until the Victorian election, but the Labor government remains in a very strong position.
The latest Newspoll show Albanese’s net approval ratings are the highest for a prime minister since early in Malcolm Turnbull’s tenure.
While none of the major polls were entirely accurate, Resolve was closest to the mark; meanwhile, seat polls continue to be highly inaccurate.
The final polls ahead of the federal election on May 21 give Labor a 53-47 two-party preferred leave - if that is repeated on May 21, Labor will win government.
There have been few if any elections when, in the last week, it has been the ‘uncommitted’ voters who have turned things around.
Despite. a small approval drop for the opposition leader, Newspoll still predicts a comfortable win for Labor on May 21.
Labor needs substantially more than 50% of the two-party preferred vote – 51.8% according to the pendulum – to win the majority of seats, 76. This equates to a swing of 3.3 percentage points.
The opposition has increased its winning margins in both Newspoll and the Australian Financial Review’s Ipsos poll, as Morrison and Albanese clashed in a shouty, fractious debate on Sunday night