Friday, 12 July 2013

Election diary Friday 12 July 2013

Another of those minor polls. I don't know what to make of all these little Reach Tel polls that keep bobbing up, especially in Queensland. So for what it is worth, this report from the Guardian website:
A new ReachTel poll commissioned by Together Union in Queensland shows a positive swing of between 7-8% on a two-party preferred basis to Labor in Queensland following Rudd's return to the prime ministership.
That swing suggests Labor could pick up six seats in Queensland if the election was held now.
Labor's primary vote in the state is now 40.8%, according to ReachTel. The Liberal National Party is on 44.2%. On a statewide measure Bob Katter's KAP is polling 3.9% and Clive Palmer's PUP is 4.6%.
The market takes no notice. Those findings failed to impress the punters with Labor easing a fraction today.

Some Rudd me-tooism

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