Coalition slips further in latest newspoll

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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