Two Party Preferred

ALP 53% down 1.5% points from a week ago
L-NP 47% up 1.5% points from a week ago
May 9-15, 2022

Voting Intention

ALP 34
L-NP 34
Greens 13
Ind 19
May 9-15, 2022

ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence (Weekly: May 9-15, 2022)

89.3 -1.2

Unemployment (Monthly - April 2022)

9.7 +1.9

Business Confidence (Monthly - April 2022)

113 +6.3

Inflation Expectations (Monthly - April 2022)

5.5 -0.3

Latest Morgan Poll Releases

ALP 53% leads the L-NP 47% and set to win the Election with a swing of 4.5% since the 2019 Federal Election

The ALP’s lead over the L-NP has been cut to 6% points as early voting began last week but it still holds a clear election winning lead before this week’s Federal Election: ALP 53% (down 1.5% points in a week) ahead of the L-NP 47% (up 1.5% points) on a two-party preferred basis.

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ALP increases its lead over the L-NP as Government Confidence drops 8pts after higher than expected ABS inflation increases upward pressure on interest rates

The ALP gained 1% point on a two-party preferred basis during the week to Sunday May 1, increasing its lead to 10% points: ALP 55.5% cf. L-NP 44.5% according to the latest Roy Morgan Poll conducted from April 25 – May 1, 2022.

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Confidence Ratings

Latest Updates Latest Business Confidence and ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence Ratings
  • Australian Business Confidence; 9/05/2022

    113.0
  • Australian Consumer Confidence 15/05/2022

    89.3
  • NZ Consumer Confidence 29/04/2022

    84.4
  • Indonesian Consumer Confidence 29/04/2020

    153.9

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