William BoweMay 24, 201633 Comments
Some tentative projections of how things might look in the Senate, after electoral reform and a double dissolution have done their work.
William BoweMay 23, 20161683 Comments
Newspoll tells a familiar tale, with the two-party vote unchanged over four successive polls, Malcolm Turnbull's personal decline levelling off, and Bill Shorten continuing to rise.
William BoweMay 20, 20161780 Comments
Two new national polls do nothing to dispel perceptions of a tight race, and they're accompanied by another result showing Labor with its nose in front in the key outer Sydney seat of Macarthur.
William BoweMay 19, 20161731 Comments
Labor pokes its nose ahead on two-party preferred in the latest reading of the BludgerTrack poll aggregate, but a stronger showing in Queensland finds the Coalition keeping its head above water on the seat projection.
William BoweMay 17, 20161374 Comments
No change from Essential Research this week, which also records Malcolm Turnbull dipping into net negative territory on personal approval for the first time.
William BoweMay 16, 2016577 Comments
The first poll of national voting intention in nearly a week records a significant drop in the Coalition's primary vote.
William BoweMay 15, 20165 Comments
The first Queensland poll since Tim Nicholls seized the Opposition leadership finds the Liberal National Party edging further ahead, despite a tentative reaction to its new leader.
William BoweMay 15, 20161316 Comments
A poll of Tasmania's electorates finds the Liberals grimly hanging on in the three seats gained from Labor in 2013, and independent Andrew Wilkie going untroubled in Denison.
William BoweMay 14, 2016571 Comments
After a week spent splashing cash at marginal seats in South Australia and Tasmania, new polls arrive from Queensland and western Sydney to steady the Coalition's nerves.