Two Party Preferred

ALP 53.5% down 0.5% since late October 2021
L-NP 46.5% up 0.5% since late October 2021
October 30/31 & November 6/7, 2021

Voting Intention

ALP 35
L-NP 36.5
Greens 11.5
Ind 17
October 30/31 & November 6/7, 2021

ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence (Weekly: Nov 20/21, 2021)

107.4 +1.4

Unemployment (Monthly - October 2021)

9.2 +0.5

Business Confidence (Monthly - October 2021)

115.3 +10.7

Inflation Expectations (Monthly - November 2021)

4.9 +0.1

Latest Morgan Poll Releases

Over three-quarters of Victorians (76%) agree that an employed worker in Victoria is not allowed to enter their employer’s workplace unless fully vaccinated

A large majority of 76% of Victorians agree that an employed worker in Victoria is not allowed to enter their employer’s workplace unless fully vaccinated compared to only 24% that disagree, according to a special Victorian Roy Morgan SMS Poll conducted yesterday (November 24, 2021).

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A special Roy Morgan survey on approval or disapproval with the way Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is handling his job last week found a clear majority of 60.5% of Victorian electors now approve of the way Premier Andrews is handling his job, although this is down 10.5% points from a year ago in November 2020, while 39.5%, up 10.5% points disapprove of his handling of the job.

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A Roy Morgan Poll on State voting intention in Victoria shows the ALP lead over the L-NP on a two-party preferred basis is virtually unchanged from a year ago although both major parties have lost primary support to minor parties and independents according to a Roy Morgan Snap SMS survey on Victorian voting intention conducted yesterday.

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Federal 2 Party Vote

October 30/31 & November 6/7, 2021 Party

Confidence Ratings

Latest Updates Latest Business Confidence and ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Ratings
  • Australian Business Confidence; 25/10/2021

    115.3
  • Australian Consumer Confidence 23/11/2021

    107.4
  • NZ Consumer Confidence 26/11/2021

    96.6
  • Indonesian Consumer Confidence 29/04/2020

    153.9

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