Via The Australian:
The Coalition has rebounded from a fall in popular support at the height of Scott Morrison’s border wars with the Labor state premiers last month, as Labor leader Anthony Albanese’s approval ratings tumble into negative territory for the first time.
An exclusive Newspoll conducted for The Australian shows a two-point rise in the Coalition’s primary vote to 43 per cent and a corresponding fall for Labor, which has returned to near-historical lows of 34 per cent.
The swing back to the government has seen it regain its two-party-preferred advantage over Labor (51 to 49), which had drawn level in the previous poll of three weeks ago.
Margin of error stuff.