Labor sustains crushing Newspoll lead

The trolls of Holt St are tying themselves in knots to find a positive angle to this week’s Newspoll:

The Coalition has clawed back support among conservative ­voters as the leadership contest between Scott Morrison and ­Anthony Albanese narrows to its tightest margin since March last year.

An exclusive Newspoll commissioned by The Australian shows the Coalition recovering from its worst slump since the last election, with a two-point lift in the primary vote to 37 per cent. However, it still trails Labor, which remains on an ­unchanged primary vote of 38 per cent.

Craig Kelly’s band of loons still looks pretty ascendent to me.

Moreover, TPP and preferred PM are very unwell for the Morrison Government:

I remain of the view that the baseball bats are out for the Liar from the Shire.

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