Monday, 17 November 2008

Coalition further behind


There is no joy at all for the Coalition in the latest opinion polls. The average of the two party vote from the three regular national pollsters has Labor further in front than at the last election.

The leadership change in the Liberal Party has not made a scrap of difference. Malcolm Turnbull's personal rating might be higher than Brendan Nelson's but the Coalition vote has declined rather than increased. And Kevin Rudd continues to maintain a huge advantage as the preferred Prime Minister.
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