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66% of Australians think the ALP will win Federal Election

This Roy Morgan SMS Poll on who electors think will win this week’s Federal Election was conducted via SMS over the last three days of May 14-16, 2019 with an Australia-wide cross-section of 3,004 electors. Electors were asked: ““Regardless of who you have or will vote for who do you THINK will win the Federal Election?”
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The Greens are hoping for a big election. But who are they?

The Greens are hoping for a big election. But who are they?

Source: Roy Morgan Single Source Australia, January – December 2010, n=4,350 and January – December 2018. n=4,282. Base: Greens supporters. Each socio-economic quintile* represents 20% of the population.
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Three weeks locked at ALP 51% cf. L-NP 49% - Palmer “jumps” 1.5%

Three weeks locked at ALP 51% cf. L-NP 49% - Palmer “jumps” 1.5%

For the third straight week the two major parties are locked in a tight contest with a slight edge to the ALP 51% cf. L-NP 49% on a two party preferred basis according to a face-to-face Roy Morgan Poll conducted over the weekend of May 4/5, 2019 with a representative cross-section of 826 Australian electors.
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Parties locked in close contest for second week: ALP 51% cf. L-NP 49%

For the second straight week the two major parties are locked in a tight contest with a slight edge to the ALP 51% cf. L-NP 49% on a two party preferred basis according to a face-to-face Roy Morgan Poll conducted over the weekend of April 27/28, 2019 with a representative cross-section of 826 Australian electors.
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Indonesian President Jokowi

Jokowi set for comfortable victory in April Presidential Election

Finding No. 7892 - This Morgan Poll on Indonesian Presidential and Parliamentary voting intention was conducted in January 2019 with an Indonesian-wide cross-section of 1,039 electors aged 17+ and in December 2018 with an Indonesian-wide cross-section of 1,045 electors aged 17+. Face-to-face interviews were conducted in 17 provinces, with effort made to ensure a balanced sample representing the electorate both geographically and demographically. Less than 1% of electors in both polls couldn’t say who they support.
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