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Did fear drive the latest Ipsos opinion poll result?
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Opinion

Did fear drive the latest Ipsos opinion poll result?

Commentators have been quick to point to the passage of the medevac bill as being behind the government's apparent boost in support.

  • by John Warhurst

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He's captured the attention of voters but Morrison will need more than one poll bounce to win
Analysis
Analysis

He's captured the attention of voters but Morrison will need more than one poll bounce to win

It will take more than one bounce in the polls for the government to recover from chaos.

  • by David Crowe
Ipsos poll: Most voters prefer Labor to handle banks fallout but are split on Frydenberg and Bowen
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Ipsos poll: Most voters prefer Labor to handle banks fallout but are split on Frydenberg and Bowen

Some 43 per cent do not support Labor's franking credits policy, while 40 per cent back the proposal.

  • by David Crowe
Adrenalin shot for Morrison's government, but beware adrenal fatigue
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Opinion

Adrenalin shot for Morrison's government, but beware adrenal fatigue

The Morrison government has received an adrenalin shot, giving it a rush of energy in the approach to the federal election. But watch out for adrenal fatigue.

  • by Peter Hartcher
Ipsos poll: Support for Labor falls after clash over refugees and border security
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Ipsos poll: Support for Labor falls after clash over refugees and border security

Labor is leading the Coalition 51-49 in its narrowest result in more than six months.

  • by David Crowe
Support for Scott Morrison on border security highlights risks for Labor
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Border security

Support for Scott Morrison on border security highlights risks for Labor

Australians over the age of 25 favour Prime Minister Scott Morrison to manage border security.

  • by David Crowe
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Liberals face losing three WA seats amid federal Labor landslide

Liberals face losing three WA seats amid federal Labor landslide

The Liberal party faces losing of three federal seats in WA if a swing against the Morrison government if the latest polling is repeated at the next election.

  • by Nathan Hondros
Time and again, Morrison must fix problems the Liberals created
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Analysis

Time and again, Morrison must fix problems the Liberals created

Treating these problems as “barnacles” suggests they got there by themselves. 

  • by David Crowe
Morrison government suffers another setback as Ipsos poll points to landslide loss
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Morrison government suffers another setback as Ipsos poll points to landslide loss

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has also lost some of his personal advantage in the latest survey.

  • by David Crowe
Ipsos poll: Australians not convinced by Labor's flagship negative gearing reforms
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Ipsos poll: Australians not convinced by Labor's flagship negative gearing reforms

Bill Shorten is facing a critical challenge to his $32 billion policy to scale back negative gearing.

  • by David Crowe
Fairfax-Ipsos poll has a simple message to MPs: cut carbon emissions as well as power bills
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Analysis

Fairfax-Ipsos poll has a simple message to MPs: cut carbon emissions as well as power bills

Voters are giving Bill Shorten good reason to rescue a policy dumped in desperation three months ago.

  • by David Crowe