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Roy Morgan Research (est. 1941) is the only Australian-owned independent polling company not owned by a media organisation, and at the last federal election theirs was the most accurate of the four major polls.



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Morgan Poll - Parties locked at 50/50 after week one

Today’s Morgan Poll shows the ALP (50%, unchanged) even with the L-NP (50%, unchanged) on a two-party preferred basis as the two leaders prepared for last night’s Leaders Debate – the first of the Federal Election campaign.  A …

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Morgan Poll: ALP and L-NP dead even

The latest Morgan Poll shows both major parties dead-even. The ALP 50% (down 2%) is now level with L-NP 50% (up 2%) on a two-party preferred basis. This is the first Morgan Poll conducted since the announcement that the Federal …

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Morgan Poll: ALP would win Federal Election

This week’s Morgan Poll is unchanged. The ALP 52.5% would still win election ahead of the L-NP 47.5% on a two-party preferred basis. The ALP primary vote is 41.5% (down 0.5%), just ahead of the L-NP primary vote at 41% (unchanged). Among …

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Rudd now has ALP in prime position to win as Labor gains again

This week’s Morgan Poll, the third since Kevin Rudd became Prime Minister, shows another significant swing to the ALP. The ALP 54.5% (up 3% since last week’s multi-mode Morgan Poll of June 28-30, 2013) is now further ahead of the L-NP …

Morgan Poll: Rudd pushes ALP ahead of L-NP

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Morgan Poll: Rudd pushes ALP ahead of L-NP

This week’s Morgan Poll, the second since Kevin Rudd became Prime Minister, shows another swing to the ALP. The ALP 51.5% (up 2% since last Wednesday’s special snap SMS Morgan Poll) is now ahead of the L-NP 48.5% (down 2%) on a …

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Morgan Poll - A Post-Sattler Swing Back to the Government

Last weekend’s Morgan Poll shows support for the L-NP at 53.5%, down 2.5% in a week (since June 7-10, 2013) cf. ALP 46.5% (up 2.5%) on a two-party preferred basis according to the multi-mode weekly Morgan Poll.  The L-NP primary vote is 44.5% …

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Morgan: Tony Abbott now leads Julia Gillard as ‘Better Prime Minister’ but majority of electors still disapprove of both

Opposition Leader Tony Abbott now clearly leads Julia Gillard as better Prime Minister (47%, up 11% since November 2012) over Prime Minister Julia Gillard (35%, down 14%) according to a special telephone Morgan Poll conducted over the last two …

New Polling Shows Assange’s Wikileaks Leads the New Parties

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New Polling Shows Assange’s Wikileaks Leads the New Parties

The Australian electorate is considering voting for three new fringe parties – with Wikileaks ahead of Katter’s Australian Party and the Palmer United Party  A special telephone Morgan Poll conducted over the last few …

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The Morgan Poll - Coalition 54.5, ALP 45.5

Last weekend’s multi-mode weekly Morgan Poll shows support for the L-NP down 0.5% at 54.5% over the past week (since May 17-19, 2013) cf. ALP 45.5% (up 0.5%) on a two-party preferred basis. The L-NP primary vote is 45.5% (unchanged) …

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The Morgan Poll: L-NP Lead Steady After Budget Week

Last weekend’s multi-mode weekly Morgan Poll shows support for the L-NP down 1% at 55% over the past week (since May 10-12, 2013) cf. ALP 45% (up 1%) on a two-party preferred basis. The L-NP primary vote is 45.5% (down 1%) still …

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L-NP Maintains Strong Lead: 56-44

Last weekend’s multi-mode weekly Morgan Poll shows support for the L-NP unchanged at 56% over the past week since May 3-5, 2013) cf. ALP 44% (also unchanged) on a two-party preferred basis. The L-NP primary vote is 46.5% (up 0.5%) …

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The Morgan Poll: Post-NDIS, Coalition Leads 56-44

L-NP 56% (down 2%) lead down over ALP 44% (up 2%) after Prime Minister Gillard announces National Disability Insurance Scheme  Last weekend’s multi-mode Morgan Poll shows support for the L-NP dropping to 56% (down 2% since …

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The Morgan Poll: L-NP Strengthens Lead

L-NP 58% (up 3.5%) lead gains strongly over ALP 42% (down 3.5%) Last weekend’s multi-mode Morgan Poll shows support for the L-NP jumping to 58% (up 3.5% since April 18-21, 2013) cf. ALP 42% (down 3.5%) on a two-party preferred …

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The Morgan Poll - Coalition Lead Cut

L-NP 54.5% (down 1%) lead down for third consecutive week over ALP 45.5% (up 1%) Last weekend’s multi-mode Morgan Poll shows support for the L-NP down to 54.5% (down 1% since April 11-14, 2013) cf. ALP 45.5% (up 1%) on a two-party …

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The Morgan Poll - Coalition maintains strong lead, despite ALP gain

Last weekend’s multi-mode Morgan Poll shows support for the L-NP down to 55.5% (down 1% since April 4-7, 2013) cf. ALP 44.5% (up 1%) on a two-party preferred basis. The L-NP primary vote is 47.5% (up 1%) still clearly …