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Victorian Politics

Jan 3, 2013

Newspoll: 55-45 to Labor in Victoria

Newspoll's Victorian state voting intention poll for November-December repeats the surprise September-October result on two-party preferred, although Labor's primary vote is down in the face of a strong result for the Greens.

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GhostWhoVotes reports Newspoll’s November-December poll of state voting intention in Victoria has Labor maintaining its commanding 55-45 lead from September-October, from primary votes of 36% for the Coalition (down one), 38% for Labor (down three) and 16% for the Greens (up three, the best piece of polling news for the party in some time). Ted Baillieu has nonetheless recorded a slight improvement in his personal ratings, his approval up two to 33% and disapproval down five to 48%, as has Daniel Andrews, who is respectively up three to 32% and down two to 34%. Preferred premier is exactly unchanged at 39-30 in favour of Baillieu.

William Bowe — Editor of The Poll Bludger

William Bowe

Editor of The Poll Bludger

William Bowe is a Perth-based election analyst and occasional teacher of political science. His blog, The Poll Bludger, is one of the most heavily trafficked forums for online discussion of Australian politics, and joined the Crikey stable in 2008.

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5 comments

5 thoughts on “Newspoll: 55-45 to Labor in Victoria

  1. Darn

    Helloooooooo. Anyone there?

  2. ShowsOn

    Amazing, Mod Lib cried the entire time Poll Bludger was offline.

    But shouldn’t she stop crying now?

  3. bomberrose

    She must have been on holidays like William.

  4. Mod Lib

    Haha 🙂 Happy New Year to you too Shows …. I see 2013 is not going to be much different to 2012 eh?

  5. Disasterboy

    Sure, 2013 is going to be all about the Greens polling over 20% throughout Australia. 😉