Here’s what it means and how it works for those that dont know.

The June Newspoll data rolled in, was fed into the model and not much changed.

The predicted ALP primary vote for the election reduced from 45.6 in May to 44.54 in June and the predicted Coalition primary vote increased from 39.7 in May to 40.04 in June.

The predicted ALP 2 party preferred vote for the election decreased from 53.7 in May to 53.02 in June, while the Coalition 2 party preferred vote increased from 46.3 in May to 46.99 in June.

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