NEWSPOLL: Turnbull still preferred PM, but Labor sees major boost

Bill Shorten has slipped further down as preferred Prime Minister, however the Labor party has seen a significant boost, according to the latest Newspoll.

The poll, published by The Australian overnight, shows Labor now leads the coalition 52 per cent to 48 per cent in two-party preferred terms.

However, Malcolm Turnbull has secured his position as Australia’s preferred Prime Minister, gaining one point since the last poll to take him up to 47 per cent.


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Opposition Leader Bill Shorten fell two points to 30 per cent.

It’s understood Shorten’s rating is the longest negative satisfaction rating of any opposition leader.

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