Coalition would win if it replaced Peter Dutton


Roy Morgan’s latest polling of voting intentions shows that two-party support for the ALP has decreased 2.5% to 50%, bringing it level with the L-NP (up 2.5%).

If these results were replicated at the next federal election, we would have a hung parliament, with minor parties and independents deciding who would form our next government.

Roy Morgan says that there were significant swings against the ALP in New South Wales and Victoria after asylum seeker boats landed in Western Australia, and Opposition Leader Peter Dutton ‘hammered’ the Albanese Government all week on border protection policy failings.

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About the author
Leith van Onselen is Chief Economist at the MB Fund and MB Super. He is also a co-founder of MacroBusiness. Leith has previously worked at the Australian Treasury, Victorian Treasury and Goldman Sachs.