As we pull into the final week of the campaign, it’s time to take a look at where various issues might be biting.
The weekend before the party launches Coalition primary support was unchanged on 39% while Labor’s was up three points to 48, according to the latest face to face Morgan Poll, writes Christian Kerr.
Today, we thought we’d drilling down into data from Roy Morgan Research to see which politicians are the punters’ pals – to see how the race-going public votes and compare their voting intentions with people who chose other entertainment option, writes Christian Kerr.
To round off a day when too many polls are barely enough, a Morgan telephone poll shows the election announcement has boosted Coalition support.
Coalition support is up, according to the latest face to face polling from Roy Morgan Research, but there won’t be much in the way of celebrations. They’ve only regained some lost ground. The Coalition camp is still besieged, writes Christian Kerr.
The Coalition’s primary vote is up by 3.5 points in the wake of John Howard’s announcement he will hand over the prime ministership at some stage during the next term if he wins the forthcoming election, the latest Morgan Poll has found.
Just who are the soft Labor voters we list in every Morgan Poll – those voters who say they intend to support the ALP, but also believe that the country is headed in the right direction?
After last week’s swerve to the right, the latest Morgan Poll has Labor heading towards a solid election win.
Union power and voting intentions - a new Morgan Poll puts the numbers together. By Christian Kerr.
An increased majority of Australian electors say John Howard should continue as Prime Minister and contest his fifth federal election as Liberal leader, a new Morgan Poll has found.