Two Party Preferred

ALP 49.7% up 3.2%
L-NP 50.3% down 3.2%
Federal Election - July 2, 2016

Voting Intention

ALP 34.7
L-NP 42.0
Greens 10.2
Ind 13.1
Federal Election - July 2, 2016

ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence

110.5 +1.1


9.3 +0

Business Confidence

116.6 +2.8

Inflation Expectations

4.8 -0.2

Latest Morgan Poll Releases

During March support for National fell by 4.5% to 43.5%, now just behind a potential Labour/ Greens alliance 44% (up 5%). If a New Zealand Election was held now the latest New Zealand Roy Morgan Poll shows it would be too close to call with New Zealand first likely to play a decisive role in determining which parties would form the next Government.

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Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is once again preferred as Coalition leader by 30% (down 4% since October 2016) electors ahead of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull 27% (up 2%). Both are well ahead of former Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s 9% (down 5%), Nationals Leader Barnaby Joyce 5% (down 1%) and Immigration Minister Peter Dutton 5% - the subject of recent media speculation about leadership.

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