Via Domain today:
The Morrison government has suffered another setback after weeks of campaigning to gain ground against Labor, trailing by 46 to 54 per cent in a two-party result that would trigger a landslide loss at an election.
Voters have swung against the Coalition in a trend that would cost it at least 18 seats if repeated at the next election, in another sign of the backlash from the electorate since the Liberal Party leadership spill in August.
The AFR is also reporting this as the lead:
As Opposition Leader Bill Shorten mounted a spirited defence of his tax plans while launching Labor’s national conference in Adelaide on Sunday, the poll found 43 per cent supported limiting negative gearing to new homes only, and 44 per cent were opposed.
Similarly, 48 per cent opposed plans to halve the 50 per cent capital gains tax deduction for investors who sell an asset after holding it for more than a year, while 43 per cent were in support.
Apparently it is more important than who runs the country.