The coalition government has dropped further behind Labor, according to the latest Newspoll.
The poll, published by The Australian on Sunday night, shows the Liberal-National coalition trails Labor 45 to 55 per cent in two-party- preferred terms.
The coalition’s primary vote also fell by a point to 35 per cent, while Labor’s remains at 40 per cent.
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Scott Morrison still leads the way as preferred Prime Minister at 42 percent.
However, opposition leader Bill Shorten narrowed the gap by rising one point to 36 per cent.
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