Labor still leads 51-49, but Ipsos contradicts trend of other surveys which show Coalition trailing by a wider marginFederal Labor remains in an election-winning position but the Coalition has narrowed the gap, according to a new Ipsos poll. The poll conducted for Nine’s Sydney Morning Herald and the Age has the opposition leading the Liberal-National Coalition 51-49 on the two-party-preferred measure, down from 54-46 in December. Is the medical transfer bill the hill Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten are willing to die on? Labor extends lead over Coalition 55%-45%, Guardian Essential poll shows Read moreThe latest poll contradicts the broader polling trend which has shown the Coalition trailing Labor by a wider margin in the lead-up to a likely May election. Despite this the Liberal National party’s primary vote dropped three percentage points to 35% since the last poll in November, against Labor which was unchanged on 34%.
Source: The Guardian February 17, 2019 21:13 UTC