ALP (50.5%) leads L-NP (49.5%) on a two-party preferred basis – no bounce for PM from G7 trip

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 24-Jun-21

ALP support is now 50.5% (down 0.5% points since early June) cf. L-NP on 49.5% (up 0.5% points) on a two-party preferred basis following Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s overseas trip to the G7 in the United Kingdom according to the latest Morgan Poll on Federal voting intention. If a Federal Election were held now it would be too close to call with the chance Australia would have a hung Parliament for the first time since 2013. Interviewing was conducted on the weekends of June 12/13 & June 19/20, 2021 with a representative cross-section of 2,782 Australian electors using a combination of telephone and online interviews. Primary support for the L-NP was up 1.5% points to 41.5% compared to the ALP on 34.5% (down 1% point). Greens support was up 0.5% points to 12%. Support for One Nation was up 0.5% points to 3.5% while support for Independents/Others has dropped by 1.5% points to 8.5%. Voting Intention by State shows ALP ahead in Victoria but the L-NP leading in NSW, QLD & WA.

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