Labor’s poll slip as week two of campaign kicks off

Support for Labor and Anthony Albanese has plunged after the Opposition Leader’s disastrous first week of the election campaign.

The Resolve Strategic poll for Nine Newspapers shows Labor primary vote has dropped from 38 per cent to 34 per cent since the last survey a fortnight ago.

The Coalition’s primary vote is up one point to 35 per cent.


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Support for the Greens is at 11 per cent, One Nation and the United Australia Party are both at four per cent while support for independents is at nine per cent.

The poll shows 27 per cent of voters are still undecided.

After briefly leading Scott Morrison as preferred prime minister, personal support for Anthony Albanese has also nosedived.

He has dropped seven points to 30 per cent with Mr Morrison leading 38-30.

The opposition leader is in Queensland today where he is expected to again focus on health as he campaigns in marginal Brisbane seats.

The prime minister will campaign in Western Australia where he will announce an increase in the price cap for properties purchased under the government’s first home buyer deposit guarantee scheme.