Lift for Coalition following second Turnbull/Morrison budget

The Labor Party remains ahead of the Coalition in the post-budget May Fairfax Ipsos Poll, released today. The national poll of 1,401 … [Read more...]

Labor benefits from lacklustre Turnbull government

The Labor Party is ahead of the Coalition in the March Fairfax Ipsos Poll, released today, while Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s approval … [Read more...]

Voter Apathy Towards Major Party Leadership Continues; Labor Ahead in Voting Intention

28 November, 2016 The Labor Party is ahead of the Coalition in the latest Fairfax Ipsos Poll released today. The national poll of 1,403 … [Read more...]

Election race neck and neck – but Coalition edges forward

The Labor Party remains just ahead of the Coalition in the final Fairfax Ipsos Election Poll released today. The national poll of 1,377 … [Read more...]

Labor retains narrow lead

The Labor Party remains ahead of the Coalition in week six of the Federal Election campaign, according to the third Fairfax Ipsos Election … [Read more...]

Labor buoyant as Turnbull’s approval continues to slide

For the first time since Malcolm Turnbull became Prime Minister, the Labor Party is ahead of the Coalition, according to the second Fairfax … [Read more...]

Two party stalemate as election campaigning continues

The Coalition and ALP remain tied in a two party stalemate, with each party on 50% on a two-party vote based on stated preferences, … [Read more...]

Majority of voters think the coalition will win the election

Voter's underwhelmed by Morrison's first budget A majority of voters (53%) currently think that the Coalition will win the forthcoming … [Read more...]

Turnbull continues to haemorrhage support

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s approval rating has fallen four points to 51% since March, and the Labor Party is now tied with the … [Read more...]

Turnbull’s approval rating continues to fall

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s approval rating has fallen seven points to 55% since February, but the Coalition still remains ahead of … [Read more...]