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Tasmanian Politics

Mar 4, 2016

EMRS: Liberal 46, Labor 27, Greens 18 in Tasmania

Tasmanian pollster EMRS delivers state voting intention result that sources familiar with the matter consider surprisingly favourable for Will Hodgman's Liberal government.

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The latest quarterly reading of state voting intention in Tasmania from EMRS has the Liberals down two points to 46%, Labor up two to 27%, and the Greens down two to 18%. Will Hodgman’s lead over Labor’s Bryan Green as preferred premier has narrowed from 56-19 to 52-21. Kevin Bonham, who would know better than me, reckons these “surprisingly harmless” results for the government come despite there have been “many reasons to suspect this poll could be a shocker”. The poll was conducted by telephone between last Friday and this Tuesday, from a sample of 1000.

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5 thoughts on “EMRS: Liberal 46, Labor 27, Greens 18 in Tasmania

  1. shea mcduff

    Tassie has fallen off the map apparently.
    3 days, no comments.

  2. blackburnpseph

    Why do the numbers in the text and the article title not line up?

  3. Bird of paradox

    One set of numbers includes undecided voters (41-24-16), the other doesn’t (46-27-18). Link here.

  4. Kevin Bonham

    shea mcduff@1

    Tassie has fallen off the map apparently.
    3 days, no comments.

    Not much interest in this one even down here.

  5. William Bowe

    [One set of numbers includes undecided voters (41-24-16), the other doesn’t (46-27-18). ]

    Not that I did that on purpose. Corrected.

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