Victorian ALP roars ahead of Liberal empty chair

16 weeks of hard lockdown and 800 COVID-19 deaths has done little to dampen Victorian voters’ love for Premier Daniel Andrews and the Australian Labor Party (ALP), which has soared ahead in the latest Roy Morgan opinion poll:

ALP two-party support has jumped 7% to 58.5% after the end of Victoria’s nearly four-month lockdown compared to the L-NP on 41.5% according to a Roy Morgan Snap SMS survey on Victorian voting intention conducted yesterday and on Monday.

The Roy Morgan survey also found 71% of Victorian electors approve of the way Premier Daniel Andrews is handling his job, up 12% since mid-October while 29% disapprove, down 12%.

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