SCOTT Morrison’s personal approval rating may have lifted by his coalition government is still on track to lose the upcoming federal election, according to the latest polls.
The latest Newspoll, published in The Australian, shows Labor remains ahead of the coalition with an unchanged two-party preferred vote of 53-47 per cent.
Mr Morrison’s rating as preferred prime minister lifted two points to 44 per cent, well ahead of Opposition Leader Bill Shorten on 35 per cent.
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The Coalition’s primary vote remained on 37 per cent while Labor’s increased by a point to 39 per cent.
Support for the Greens stayed at nine per cent, and there was no change for the independents and minor parties at 10 per cent.
One Nation slipped a point to five per cent.