The all-too-brief New Year polling respite has come to an end with the first Morgan face-to-face poll of the year. Labor is up half a point to 37 per cent, the Coalition up two to 45 per cent, writes William Bowe.
The latest Morgan face-to-face poll, combining the results of the last two weekends’ polling, adds to a picture of Labor’s slight gains over the previous month or two being reversed, writes William Bowe.
The latest Morgan face-to-face poll, conducted last weekend from 942 respondents, is somewhat better for Labor than last week’s shocker but hardly great news for the government, writes William Bowe.
The latest weekly Morgan face-to-face poll has Labor shedding another two points on the primary vote and two party preferred was down to 51.5-48.5, says William Bowe.
Another sad poll for Rudd with Morgan having Labor’s primary vote down 2.5 per cent on last week to 41 per cent, the Coalition up the same amount to 42.5 per cent.
The latest Morgan poll shows a strong return-to-form for the Rudd government: Labor’s two-party lead is up from 56.5-43.5 to 58-42. William Bowe has this and all the other big Election '10 news.