Opposition hit quarterly high in most recent poll, leading government 53% to 47% on two-party preferred basis
As Scott Morrison prepares to depart Australia for two key international summits, the latest quarterly breakdown of Guardian Essential polling shows Labor has been in front of the Coalition in eight of the last nine surveys.
Labor hit a quarterly high in the most recent fortnightly poll of 1,781 respondents. On a traditional two-party preferred measure, the opposition is currently in front of the government 53% to 47%. When undecided voters were highlighted, Labor led 49% to 44%, with 6% of respondents undecided.