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Newspoll: 56-44 to Liberal in South Australia

Eight months out from the election, the latest state Newspoll result for South Australia suggests the tide is going out on the Labor government, despite the popularity of the Premier.


James J relates that Newspoll’s April-June quarter result of state voting intention in South Australia has the Liberals’ two-party lead up from 54-46 to 56-44, from primary votes of 32% for Labor, 44% for the Liberals (plus 1% for the Nationals) and 10% for the Greens. Jay Weatherill is up a point on both approval and disapproval to 47% and 35%, while Steven Marshall is up four to 41% and up one to 20%. Weatherill’s lead as preferred premier shifts from 42-27 to 41-30.

UPDATE: Tables from GhostWhoVotes.


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