The second EMRS poll of state voting intention in Tasmania since the Liberals’ landslide win in March finds evidence of a Labor recovery, their primary vote of 33% comparing with 27.3% at the election and 25% at the last poll in May. The Liberal Party is at 46%, compared with 51.2% at the election and 48% in May, while the Greens whose support EMRS tends to exaggerate are at 16%, up from 13.8% at the election but down five points on the last poll. Will Hodgman retains a commanding 51-25 lead over Labor’s Bryan Green as preferred premier, down slightly from 54-22 in May.
EMRS: Liberal 46, Labor 33, Greens 16 in Tasmania
The second Tasmanian state poll conducted since the election finds some of the sheen coming off the support that delivered a landslide win to Will Hodgman and the Liberal Party in March.
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