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The clock is ticking for the Coalition and time is short

The clock is ticking for the Coalition and time is short

The Coalition has to turn around the polls — and the the election is approaching even more rapidly than it might initially seem.

The Coalition will need a huge budget upset to shift the polls

The Coalition will need a huge budget upset to shift the polls

Contrary to what you read in the press, voters don't shift dramatically every fortnight in their support for political parties. That requires something genuinely massive, which is what Josh Frydenberg will need to produce on Tuesday.

Coalition hits the big 5-0 in bad Newspolls

Coalition hits the big 5-0 in bad Newspolls

Good morning, early birds. An Ethiopian Airlines flight has crashed leaving 157 people dead, plus the government cracks 50 bad Newspolls. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Will ScoMo ever cut through in irreligious Australia?

Will ScoMo ever cut through in irreligious Australia?

Scott Morrison is trying to find the right balance between his dual image as a devout Christian, and a daggy but relatable suburban dad.

Is Morrison’s agility enough to get the Liberals over the line?

Is Morrison’s agility enough to get the Liberals over the line?

Scott Morrison is moving much faster to deal with crises than Malcolm Turnbull — but the problem for the Liberals is that crises keep erupting.

News Corp journos’ spin on the latest Newspoll result is baffling

News Corp journos’ spin on the latest Newspoll result is baffling

But it's probably the result of occupational hazard.

Coalition recovers some lost ground

Coalition recovers some lost ground

Good morning, early birds. The Coalition enjoys a mild boost in the polls since its immediate post-Libspill plunge. Plus, an SAS soldier receives threats for assisting a war crime inquiry. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Plotters count the cost of ousting Turnbull

Plotters count the cost of ousting Turnbull

The Liberal leadership spill has proven to be disastrous for polling numbers. What, then, was the point?

Newspoll shenanigans at the Oz hide an actual Coalition recovery

Newspoll shenanigans at the Oz hide an actual Coalition recovery

The idea that preferred prime minister is a useful polling indicator is hard to kill, but the government is much better placed than it was earlier this year.

Poll Bludger: has the budget helped the government’s chances at re-election one bit?

Poll Bludger: has the budget helped the government’s chances at re-election one bit?

While warring poll numbers cast doubt on voter's love for the Coalition, there are signs that Malcolm Turnbull may soon have a reason to await his preferred leader polls with hope rather than dread.