Labor bites and holds its poll trend gain from last week, and Essential Research unloads a set of state voting intention numbers.
Polls of four seats in Melbourne's electorally sensitive south-east provide encouraging results for Daniel Andrews, whose government's fortunes appear to have reversed.
Privately conducted polling in Victoria and Western Australia offers further evidence of rising support for One Nation.
A Galaxy poll suggests that law and order issues are a headache for Daniel Andrews' Victorian government, which nonetheless maintains the modest lead that brought it to power two years ago.
Roy Morgan's latest round of state polling finds Labor sneaking ahead in New South Wales, and building on a modest lead in Western Australia five months out from an election. UPDATE: With further state results now from Essential as well.
Morgan's latest SMS state polls find Labor dominant in Victoria but crashing in South Australia, with close results elsewhere. Also featured: union-commissioned private polling from New South Wales.
A new Victorian poll finds respondents savaging Daniel Andrews over the Country Fire Authority issue, but Labor nonetheless retaining a narrow lead on voting intention.
Quarterly state polling finds the Coaltion's lead narrowing in New South Wales, Labor taking the lead in Western Australia, and the Nick Xenophon Team on the rise in South Australia.