The Coalition Government continues to trail Labor on a two-party preferred basis, according to the final Newspoll for 2018.
The poll, published by The Australian on Sunday night, shows Labor leads the coalition 55 percent to 45 percent.
It’s good news for opposition leader Bill Shorten, who also managed to tighten the gap as preferred Prime Minister.
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Despite Scott Morrison still leading as preferred PM, the latest results show Shorten gained two points to 36 per cent.
In comparison, Morrison fell two points down to 44 per cent.
— 7 News Central Queensland (@7NewsCQ) December 9, 2018