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Morgan state polling: January-February 2016

The latest state polling from Morgan finds the Coalition ascendant everywhere except Victoria, and the Nick Xenophon Team polling strongly in South Australia.


Roy Morgan has published its almost-monthly SMS polls of state voting intention, which find that:

• The Coalition’s lead in New South Wales is at 59.5-40.5, down from 60.5-39.5 in December.

• Labor’s lead in Victoria is unchanged at 53.5-46.5.

• The Liberal National Party opposition has opened up a 52-48 lead in Queensland, after trailing 51.5-48.5 last time.

• The Liberal-National government now has a 54.5-45.5 lead in Western Australia, after trailing 50.5-49.5 last time. This is at odds with the recent Newspoll result for October-December, showing Labor leading 53-47.

• The Nick Xenophon Team is on 20.5% of the primary vote in South Australia, with Labor on 27% and the Liberals on 35.5%. The Liberals have a 53-47 lead on two-party preferred, down from 54-46 last time.

• In Tasmania, the Liberals are on 43% (down 1.5%), Labor is on 30.5% (up 5%) and the Greens are on 21.5% (down 3.5%).

Polling was conducted from Friday to Monday, from samples ranging from 358 in Tasmania to 1292 in New South Wales.


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