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Articles by William Bowe

ReachTEL: 53-47 to Labor

A poll conducted last night finds a clear majority believing Bronwyn Bishop should stand down in Speaker, and a widening of Labor’s lead on voting intention.

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BludgerTrack: 52.0-48.0 to Labor

The government’s position weakens further in the latest weekly poll aggregate reading, as two new polls find a surge in support for the Greens.

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Seat of the week: Mallee

The seat that encompasses Mildura and the surrounding territory in Victoria’s north-western corner was retained for the Nationals by Andrew Broad, after the retirement of John Forrest in 2013.

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Morgan: 54-46 to Labor

Morgan records Labor bouncing back on two-party preferred after a relatively weak showing a fortnight ago, although the Greens have taken a greater share of the fall in the Coalition primary vote.

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Western Australia redistributed: draft state boundaries

A proposed state redistribution in Western Australia abolishes a conservative rural electorate and creates a Labor one in Perth’s southern suburbs.

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BludgerTrack: 51.5-48.5 to Labor

Two new polls, one stagnant and the other strong for Labor, reverse last week’s move of the poll aggregate pendulum to the Coalition.

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Seat of the week: Rankin

One of Labor’s few consistently reliable seats in Queensland was bequeathed by Craig Emerson to its present incumbent, Jim Chalmers, at the 2013 election.

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Newspoll: 53-47 to Labor

Both leaders’ ratings remain at rock bottom, but the second Newspoll survey conducted by Galaxy finds Labor retaining a solid lead on two-party preferred.

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BludgerTrack: 51.0-49.0 to Labor

This week’s two new poll results have left the Coalition in its strongest position on the BludgerTrack poll aggregate since the May 2014 budget.

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Seat of the week: Capricornia

Labor’s grip on the central Queensland seat of Capricornia has loosened on only three occasions in the past half-century – with the defeat of the Whitlam, Keating and Rudd governments.

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