Two Party Preferred

ALP 56.5% up 2%
L-NP 43.5% down 2%
January 23-27, 2015

Voting Intention

ALP 39.5
L-NP 37.5
Greens 12
Ind 11
January 23-27, 2015

ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence

113.2 -0.4

Unemployment

10.9 +0.9

Business Confidence

105.3 -17.7

Inflation Expectations

4.8 -0.2

Latest Morgan Poll Releases

The final SMS Queensland State Morgan Poll conducted in mid-January showed the L-NP (50.5%) with a slight two-party preferred advantage over the ALP (49.5%) – the closest result of all major polls conducted for yesterday’s Queensland State Election.

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ALP gains in second survey of 2015 as Shorten tries to revive the Australian Republic debate

ALP support rose to 56.5% (up 2%) on Australia Day weekend, well ahead of the L-NP 43.5% (down 2%) on a two-party preferred basis.  If a Federal Election were held now the ALP would win easily according to this week’s Morgan Poll on voting intention conducted with an Australia-wide cross-section of 2,057 Australian electors aged 18+.

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Federal 2 Party Vote

Morgan Poll - January 23-27. 2,057 electors Party
  • ALP

    56.5%
  • L-NP

    43.5%

Confidence Ratings

Latest Updates Latest Business Confidence and ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Ratings
  • Australian Business Confidence; 19/01/15

    105.3
  • Australian Consumer Confidence 28/01/15

    113.2
  • Chinese Consumer Confidence 21/01/2015

    151.8
  • Hong Kong Consumer Confidence 27/01/2015

    133.0
  • Indian Consumer Confidence 28/01/2015

    124.2
  • Indonesian Consumer Confidence 30/01/2015

    153.6
  • NZ Consumer Confidence 22/01/2015

    128.9
  • Singaporean Consumer Confidence 28/01/2015

    122.8
  • South Korean Consumer Confidence 27/01/2015

    81.3
  • Taiwanese Consumer Confidence 27/01/2015

    100.1
  • Thai Consumer Confidence 28/01/2015

    126.5
  • Vietnamese Consumer Confidence 28/01/15

    135.4

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