Essential Research has released results of polling on state voting intention compiled from its polling conducted from April through to June:

New South Wales: the Coalition leads 52-48, down from 56-44 the previous quarter, from primary votes of Coalition 44% (down three), Labor 37% (up three) and Greens 9% (down one). Sample: 3769.

Victoria: Labor’s lead is steady at 53-47, from primary votes of Labor 38% (steady), Coalition 41% (steady), Greens 12% (down one). Sample: 2803.

Queensland: Labor’s lead is down from 52-48 to 51-49, from primary votes of Labor 37% (down three), LNP 40% (steady), Greens 8% (down one). Sample: 2251.

Western Australia: Labor leads 51-49 after trailing 52-48 last time, from primary votes of Labor 39% (up five), Liberal-Nationals 42% (down two), Greens 10% (down two). Sample: 1105.

South Australia: Labor’s lead is down from 54-46 to 51-49, from primary votes of Labor 34% (down three), Liberal 30% (down one), Nick Xenophon Team 20% (up five), Greens 7% (down two). Sample: 912.

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