Little post-budget movement one way or the other in the latest ReachTEL poll for Seven, while Roy Morgan offers yet more evidence of Malcolm Turnbull's diminishing personal standing.
The BludgerTrack poll aggregate continued to inch its way in favour of Labor in the lead-up to Tuesday night's budget.
As the government gears up to reverse its polling fortunes on the back of last night's budget, a look at post-budget polling effects going back to the dawn of Newspoll.
A thread for discussion of the federal budget, along with the federal anything-else.
No change on voting intention in Essential Research's budget-eve poll, which also records an increasing tendency to perceive the Prime Minister as narrow-minded, erratic and intolerant.
A bush lawyer's guide to Family First Senator Bob Day's High Court challenge to Senate electoral reform.
To tide us over through a quiet spot, a closer look at the Australian National University's latest survey on issues of public concern.
It's now been four weeks since the last poll showing the Coalition in the lead, and Labor has now poked its nose in front on the BludgerTrack aggregate's two-party preferred measure.
It's close but no cigar for Labor in the latest reading of the BludgerTrack poll aggregate, which projects the Turnbull government grimly hanging on to a parliamentary majority.