Labor edges ahead of the Coalition in latest Newspoll

The exclusive Newspoll, conducted for The Weekend Australian, shows Labor heading to the polls with a two-party-preferred vote lead over the Coalition of 51.5 per cent to 48.5 per cent.

Australian Federal Election 2016..” – Coalition edges ahead in latest Newspoll The latest Newspoll published in The Australian on Monday shows the coalition sitting on 51 per cent compared to Labor’s.

The latest opinion poll conducted by the Newspoll showed that opposition Labor Party maintained a narrow lead against the ruling Liberal-National coalition just a week ahead of the May 18 th.

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 Newspoll published in The Australian on Monday.

 · Newspoll has Labor’s lead at 53.5-46.5, compared with 54-46 at the start of the campaign. The primary votes are labor 41% (steady, and up from 38.1% in 2014), Coalition 40% (up one, down from 42.0% in 2014) and the Greens 11% (steady, down from 11.5%).

Malcolm Turnbull has widened already huge margins over Bill Shorten on satisfaction and better prime minister ratings while the Coalition has pulled ahead to lead 52-48% on the two-party vote in the.

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Ipsos and YouGov Galaxy polls also show Labor ahead of the Coalition, with a similar margin of 51-49.

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Labor’s primary vote slipped from 35 per cent in the previous Newspoll, taken two weeks ago, to 33 per cent. The coalition primary vote rose one percentage point over the same period to 43 per cent.

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The Ipsos poll puts Labor ahead at 51-49 in two-party preferred terms but shows 54% of voters continue to predict a Coalition victory. The latest Newspoll for the Weekend Australian surveyed 10.

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Senior federal government minister Mathias Cormann expects the polls to tighten in the lead-up to the election, as the latest Newspoll points to a crushing defeat for the coalition. Labor remains.

 · Primary votes were 39% Labor (steady), 36% Coalition (down one), 9% Greens (steady) and 7% One Nation (up two). This Newspoll is the Coalition’s 50th successive Newspoll loss.