Minggu, 24 Agustus 2014

Labor easily leads coalition in Vic poll (AAP)

The latest Newspoll shows Victoria's coalition government looks set to be swept from power at November's election.

The poll, conducted for The Australian newspaper, shows the Liberal Party's primary vote is just 32 per cent and the combined coalition figure is 35 per cent, nearly 10 points below the 2010 general poll.

Premier Denis Napthine's net satisfaction rating has dropped into negative territory, as Labor leads 55 to 45 per cent on a two party-preferred basis.

If the result is replicated at the November 29 election, the coalition will become the first one-term administration since the 1950s.


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