Labor edges ahead of the Coalition in latest Newspoll

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Labor has pulled ahead of the Coalition in the Newspoll for the first time since Malcolm Turnbull wrested the leadership from Tony Abbott last year. The latest Newspoll, published by the Australian late on Monday evening, has Labor ahead of the Coalition on the two-party-preferred measure 51% to 49%.

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).

Labor edges ahead in latest polls. its way back to a narrow lead over the Coalition. The latest Newspoll shows Labor has regained a narrow lead, while a Galaxy poll shows a similar result.

A Newspoll has shown that the coalition is strong on the big picture topics such as the economy but Labor has the edge on daily issues such as power prices. NSW Labor has edge on key issues.

The Coalition consolidated gains made. Minister come as both parties adopt a war footing ahead of five by-elections, expected in early July, triggered by Labor’s citizenship crisis. The latest.

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.

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Labor ahead of Coalition in latest Newspoll September 27, 2016 7:01 am in National by Annabelle Brett Labor has a four point lead over the Coalition in the latest Newspoll – the biggest since.

The Coalition’s primary vote has increased by 2.6 per cent since its May election victory to 44 per cent, according to the Newspoll published by The Australian today.

The federal Coalition trails the Labor Opposition 45 to 55 per cent in the latest Newspoll, a big and consistent gap that suggests the removal of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull cost the.

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The Coalition has surrendered its lead to Labor for the first time since Malcolm Turnbull became Prime Minister, with the latest newspoll revealing the Bill Shorten-led opposition has pulled ahead.