Labor still leads on two-party preferred, but is feeling the strain as cost of living pressures take hold.
In the national poll, 42% of respondents said they were a hard ‘no’, compared to 28% who said they were a hard ‘yes’.
For the first time since becoming premier in 2014, more voters disapprove of Dan Andrews than approve of him in the Morgan poll.
With the National Anti-Corruption Commission starting its work, the experience of ICAC indicates any anti-corruption body will inevitably find itself at the centre of controversies.
Communication and compromise should be the order of the day in minority government. It may be a wild ride, but democracy is the potential beneficiary.
Despite being in power for 12 years, Dominic Perrottet’s government is making an unusual pitch for re-election and giving Chris Minns’ Labor opposition a run for its money.
As the NSW election looms, the Perrottet government is showing signs of having been in office too long. But that’s not to say Labor will romp home.
A recent NSW Resolve poll gave Labor 43% of the primary vote, and the Coalition just 30%, though the major party leaders were tied for preferred premier.
The release of an independent report into the New York trade appointment will not put an end to questions of integrity, culture and accountability - because the right questions are not being asked.
The lack of responsibility in her resignation was uncharacteristic for a premier known for her clear policy objectives, accountability and delivery.
Gladys Berejiklian will be remembered as premier of NSW for her resilience, level-headedness, crisis management skills, and administrative competence.
In the latest release of polls, the Morrison government also leads Albanese’s Labor when it comes to economic management.
As disgraced MP Daryl Maguire gives evidence to ICAC, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s future appears ever shakier. She would hardly be the first to fall in the state’s sordid political history.
With her party ideologically riven and a difficult parliament, the NSW premier finds herself in political trouble, despite performing well on key measures.
Mark Latham in the upper house? A Coalition minority government? The NSW election is nearly upon us, and it’s going to be a wild ride
It's worth keeping an eye on the NSW election outcome. It may end up telling us a lot about how global political themes, like the erosion of centrist politics, are playing out here in Australia.
The main sporting venues in Australian capitals have had an upgrade in recent times, with the notable exception of Sydney, where leaders seem mired in indecision and political bickering.
The proposed amalgamation of 40 NSW councils has generated heated opposition. While public resistance has now won out in several regional communities, it’s a different story in the city.
Gladys Berejiklian becomes NSW premier with a great deal of experience, but she needs to overcome several problems – internal and external – to arrest sliding polls.
Mike Baird is the fifth New South Wales premier in ten years, and only one of them lost their job to an election. There’s little time, it seems, to learn and grow as a political leader.
Homeless children charged in NSW with a criminal offence who are unable to meet bail conditions are being kept in custody. It’s due, in part, to a well-meant but flawed section of the Bail Act.