L-NP 61.5 to ALP’s 38.5
In the latest Morgan Poll L-NP support is 61.5% (up 3.5% since last week’s face-to-face Morgan Poll) compared to the ALP’s 38.5% (down 3.5%) on a two-party preferred basis according to a face-to-face Morgan Poll conducted last weekend, May 26/27, 2012. This is a record two-party preferred lead for the L-NP in over 70 years of the Morgan Poll based on how electors said they’d vote.
Today’s face-to-face Morgan Poll shows the L-NP primary vote is 49% (up 3.5%) well ahead of the ALP 27.5% (down 4.5%). Support for the minor parties shows the Greens 13% (up 2.5%) and Independents/ Others 10.5% (down 1.5%).
Newspoll gives slightly better results but it’s still dire.
That said, Opposition leader Tony Abbott has cautioned his team not to rest on their laurels.
“Gillard won’t lie down and die. Where there’s life, there’s fight,” Mr Abbott said.
“Our job won’t be over until the next election is won.”