The coalition has gained ground on Labor in the latest newspoll, published in The Australian.
While Labor leads the coalition 53 percent to 47 percent on a two-party preferred basis, the government is continuing to narrow the gap, up 3 points from a low of 44 percent following August’s leadership spill.
In the primary vote, the coalition is just one point behind on 37 percent to Labor’s 38 percent.
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Newspoll also found Scott Morrison remains the preferred prime minister with a 45 percent to 35 percent lead over Labor leader Bill Shorten.
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