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Labor maintains lead over Malcolm Turnbull’s government

  • Coalition still trail Labor 47-53 in latest poll published on Monday
  • Fourteenth consecutive Newspoll Liberal Party have trailed
  • Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten both have poor approval ratings

Sam McPhee For Daily Mail Australia

The coalition continues to trail behind Labor but leaders of both parties are equally unpopular, a new poll shows.

The latest Newspoll published on Monday in The Australian keeps Labor on 53 per cent to the coalition’s 47 per cent on a two-party-preferred basis, and marks the 14th consecutive poll where the coalition has been behind.

Both Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten have an approval rating of negative 23 per cent, meaning more surveyed voters were dissatisfied than satisfied with their performances.

The coalition continues to trail behind Labor but leaders of both parties are equally unpopular, a new poll shows

The coalition continues to trail behind Labor but leaders of both parties are equally unpopular, a new poll shows

The coalition continues to trail behind Labor but leaders of both parties are equally unpopular, a new poll shows

The latest Newspoll published on Monday in The Australian keeps Labor on 53 per cent to the coalition's 47 per cent on a two-party-preferred basis, and marks the 14th consecutive poll where the coalition has been behind

The latest Newspoll published on Monday in The Australian keeps Labor on 53 per cent to the coalition's 47 per cent on a two-party-preferred basis, and marks the 14th consecutive poll where the coalition has been behind

The latest Newspoll published on Monday in The Australian keeps Labor on 53 per cent to the coalition’s 47 per cent on a two-party-preferred basis, and marks the 14th consecutive poll where the coalition has been behind

Former leader Tony Abbott said ‘there should be no doubt’ the Labor leader will be front runner to be the next prime minister.

‘As things stand, Bill Shorten would have to be the favourite to win the next election,’ Abbott said told Ray Hadley on 2GB last week.

Abbott said the Liberal Party should ‘never underestimate’ Shorten and despite disagreeing with his politics, says he is a ‘capable politician.’ 

On a primary vote basis, Pauline Hanson’s One Nation share of the vote has increased to 11 per cent from nine per cent three weeks ago, while Labor’s edged up one pip to 37.

The coalition’s primary vote was static at 36 per cent, and the Greens slipped to nine per cent. 

Both Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten have an approval rating of negative 23 per cent, meaning more surveyed voters were dissatisfied than satisfied with their performances

Both Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten have an approval rating of negative 23 per cent, meaning more surveyed voters were dissatisfied than satisfied with their performances

Both Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten have an approval rating of negative 23 per cent, meaning more surveyed voters were dissatisfied than satisfied with their performances

Former leader Tony Abbott said 'there should be no doubt' the Labor leader will be front runner to be the next prime minister

Former leader Tony Abbott said 'there should be no doubt' the Labor leader will be front runner to be the next prime minister

Former leader Tony Abbott said ‘there should be no doubt’ the Labor leader will be front runner to be the next prime minister


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