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.The market takes no notice. Those findings failed to impress the punters with Labor easing a fraction today.
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%.
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: