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Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk

Big swing to the ALP in Queensland in the final two weeks secures re-election as One Nation support drops

The final Roy Morgan Poll conducted early in the election campaign did pick up the swing to the ALP and away from One Nation however the strength of the swing increased after Hanson’s comments. This final Roy Morgan Queensland Poll did show the ALP (51%) leading on a two-party preferred basis over the LNP (49%).
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L-NP (51.5%) increases lead over ALP (48.5%) in mid-July as second wave of COVID-19 hits Victoria

L-NP (51.5%) increases lead over ALP (48.5%) in mid-July as second wave of COVID-19 hits Victoria

This Roy Morgan Poll on Federal voting intention and Roy Morgan Government Confidence was conducted via telephone and online interviewing last weekend. Roy Morgan interviewed 2,589 Australian electors aged 18+ on the weekends of July 11/12 & 18/19, 2020. A higher than usual 8% of electors (up 1% from a month ago) can’t say who they support.
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Consumer Confidence highest for L-NP supporters

Consumer Confidence highest for L-NP supporters

Source: Roy Morgan Single Source, July 2019 – June 2020, n= 50,505, average of 4,209 per month.
Base: Australians electors aged 18+.
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L-NP (50.5%) holds narrow lead over ALP (49.5%) a week before the Eden-Monaro by-election

Nationwide L-NP (50.5%) holds narrow lead over ALP (49.5%) a week before the Eden-Monaro by-election

This Roy Morgan Poll on Federal voting intention and Roy Morgan Government Confidence was conducted via telephone and online interviewing last weekend. Roy Morgan interviewed 2,593 Australian electors aged 18+ on the weekends of June 13/14 & 20/21, 2020. A higher than usual 7% of electors can’t say who they support.
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794,000 businesses affected by casual employee ruling

794,000 businesses affected by casual employee ruling

Source: Roy Morgan Special Snap SMS Poll of Australian businesses on May 30-31, 2020, n=881. Base: Australian businesses. *Total Yes includes those answering effect of Federal Court’s ruling would be either: Business will be forced to close, Large financial impact or it will deter from hiring casual employees.
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