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Vasse by-election: October 18

A brief introduction to Saturday’s by-election to fill the vacancy caused by Troy Buswell’s resignation from the WA state seat of Vasse, which looms as a contest between the Liberals and the Nationals.

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Newspoll: 50-50 in Western Australia

The latest quarterly Newspoll result from WA finds no change on the previous result, with the two parties at level pegging on two-party preferred, and a slight worsening of Colin Barnett’s already poor personal ratings.

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Newspoll: 50-50 in Western Australia

Only the second state opinion poll for Western Australia since the election echoes the recent Senate result in finding both parties sagging heavily in the face of a Greens and Palmer United surge.

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Newspoll: 51-49 to Liberal-Nationals in WA

The first WA state poll since the March election goes a long way towards explaining recent murmurings about Colin Barnett’s security of tenure.

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Westpoll: 59-41 to Liberal-National in WA

A Westpoll survey of 400 respondents in The West Australian today corroborates the bad news for WA Labor in this week’s Newspoll.

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Newspoll: 58-42 to Liberal-National in WA

Months out from the Western Australian state election, Newspoll suggests it’s all coming together for Colin Barnett’s government at exactly the right time.

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Newspoll: 57-43 to Liberal-National in WA

The few poll results to have emerged from Western Australia since Mark McGowan became Opposition Leader have provided Labor with a measure of encouragement – but not the latest Newspoll, which suggests the Liberals are well in contention to win a majority in their own right.

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Westpoll: 54-46 to Liberal-National in WA

The West Australian has published one of its increasingly infrequent Westpoll surveys (conducted by Patterson Market Research) of state voting intention, this one showing the Liberal-National government with a 54-46 lead over the Labor opposition, from primary votes of 35% for Labor, 47% for the Liberals, 2% for the Nationals (I don’t normally read much [...]

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Gotta get down on Friday

The lack of a Roy Morgan federal poll result has reduced me to flogging the Rebecca Black dead horse in search of headline. There is this, I suppose: • A very modest Roy Morgan phone poll of 324 respondents, with a margin of error approaching 5.5%, contradicts the January-March Newspoll result in finding the WA [...]

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Newspoll: 53-47 to Liberal-National in WA

Newspoll offers a very interesting result in its latest quarterly reading of state voting intention in Western Australia, with the Liberals’ two-party lead shrinking dramatically since the previous quarter from 59-41 to 53-47. Labor’s primary vote is up six points to 35%, the Liberals are down seven to 39%, the Nationals are up two to [...]

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