Victorian ALP (58.5%) streaks ahead of L-NP (41.5%). Premier Daniel Andrews approval jumps 12% to 71%

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 12-Nov-20

A Roy Morgan Snap SMS survey on Victorian voting intention shows that the ALP’s two-party support has jumped 7% to 58.5% following the end of the state’s coronavirus lockdown, with the L-NP on 41.5%. Primary support for the ALP is now at 45%, up 5% points from four weeks ago and well ahead of the L-NP on 34.5%, down 5.5% points. Support for the Greens is up slightly to 11% (up 2% points) while support for Other Parties is down 0.5% to 5.5%. The survey also found that 71% of Victorian electors approve of the way Premier Daniel Andrews is handling his job (up 12% since mid-October), while 29% disapprove (down 12%). This special Roy Morgan Snap SMS survey was conducted with a Victoria-wide cross-section of 818 electors aged 18+ on November 9 and 10.

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Victorian ALP Government support now 51.5% would win a close election with L-NP on 48.5%

Original article by Roy Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 18-Sep-20

Since the 2018 Victorian State Election Two-party ALP support has dropped 5.8% while L-NP support is up 5.8% according to a special Roy Morgan SMS survey on Victorian voting intention with a cross-section of 1,147 Victorian electors aged 18+ over the last few days. Clear splits have emerged by gender and region in Victoria with women favouring the ALP (57%) cf. L-NP (43%) and Melburnians favouring the ALP (53.5%) cf. L-NP (46.5%) while men favour the L-NP (53.5%) cf. ALP (46.5%) and Country Victorians favour the L-NP (55%) cf. ALP (45%).

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ROY MORGAN LIMITED, AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY, LIBERAL PARTY OF VICTORIA, NATIONAL PARTY OF AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIAN GREENS

Law and Order is major issue for tomorrow’s Victorian State Election

Original article by Gary Morgan
Market Research Update – Page: Online : 23-Nov-18

Over the closing days of the Victorian State election both major parties have campaigned on Law and Order. However a major difference was highlighted in Wednesday night’s Frankston Leaders’ debate on how to treat those given bail who then break a bail condition. Liberal Leader Matthew Guy would immediately put them in jail whereas Premier Daniel Andrews would not, as doing so would mean Victoria would need to build so many more jails it would be at the expense of more schools and more hospitals. A large 82% of Victorian electors agree with Matthew Guy – break bail, go to jail – according to a special SMS Morgan Poll conducted yesterday (Thursday). The Morgan Poll showed the ALP and L-NP support improving over the last week to about 35% with the Greens, Other parties and Independents comprising the remaining 30%. The high vote for Greens, Other parties and Independents means the Victorian State election is set to be decided on their preferences.

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ALP favoured to win Victorian Election but late surge to Liberals continues. A close election will be decided on minor party preferences

Original article by Roy Morgan Research
Morgan Poll Update – Page: Online : 28-Nov-14

An SMS Morgan Poll on state voting intention one day before the 2014 Victorian election has found that support for the Coalition and the Australian Labor Party on a two-party preferred basis is level at 50 per cent each. Support for the Coalition has fallen by 1.6 per cent since the 2010 election, while support for Labor has risen by the same margin. The poll, which was carried out on 26-27 November, also shows that 50.5 per cent of electors now believe that Denis Napthine would make the better Premier. Roy Morgan Research executive chairman Gary Morgan says the closeness of the Morgan Poll means that minor parties’ preferences will play a pivotal role in deciding the outcome of the election

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Dan Andrews set to be new Victorian Premier in a week’s time

Original article by Roy Morgan Research
Morgan Poll Update – Page: Online : 21-Nov-14

An SMS Morgan Poll on state voting intention ahead of the 2014 Victorian election has found that support for the Australian Labor Party on a two-party preferred basis has risen by 1.5 per cent to 55 per cent. The poll, which was carried out on 19-20 November, also shows that support for the Coalition has fallen by 1.5 per cent to 45 per cent. Meanwhile, 52.5 per cent of electors now believe that Opposition Leader Daniel Andrews would make the better Premier. Roy Morgan Research executive chairman Gary Morgan says the Coalition Government may be the state’s first one-term government since the 1950s

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Napthine loses ground in poll

Original article by Lucille Keen
The Australian Financial Review – Page: 3 : 14-Nov-14

The latest Fairfax/Ipsos poll has found that support for the Victorian Opposition is steady at 56 per cent on a two-party preferred basis. The Australian Labor Party and the Coalition both have 39 per cent of the primary vote ahead of the state election. The poll, which was carried out from 5-9 November 2014, found that there is strong support for the East West Link project and the legalisation of euthanasia. Denis Napthine’s rating as preferred premier has fallen by three per cent to 42 per cent

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ALP increases lead and set to win Victorian Election with 3 weeks to go

Original article by Roy Morgan Research
Morgan Poll Update – Page: Online : 10-Nov-14

An SMS Morgan Poll on state voting intention ahead of the 2014 Victorian election has found that support for the Australian Labor Party on a two-party preferred basis has risen by one per cent to 53.5 per cent. The poll, which was carried out from 7-10 November, also shows that support for the Coalition has fallen by one per cent to 46.5 per cent. However, Denis Napthine remains the preferred premier for 51.5 per cent of electors. Roy Morgan Research executive chairman Gary Morgan says the Victorian economy will be the key election issue

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Poll points to Labor win in Victoria

Original article by Lucille Keen, Phillip Coorey
The Australian Financial Review – Page: 1 & 4 : 30-Oct-14

A Fairfax/Ipsos poll on voting intentions in Victoria has found that the Australian Labor Party has 56 per cent support on a two-party preferred basis, compared with 44 per cent for the Coalition. Labor’s primary vote has increased by two per cent to 37 per cent, while the Coalition’s has fallen by two per cent to 39 per cent. However, Liberal Party leader Denis Napthine has a 45 per cent rating as preferred premier, ahead of Labor leader Daniel Andrews on 36 per cent

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