Labor leads Coalition on head-to-head contest, but gap has not been so close since November 2016

Voters are more attracted to Bill Shorten’s tax and economic plans than Malcolm Turnbull’s but the contest between the major parties appears to be tightening, according to the latest Guardian Essential poll.

The new survey of 1,025 voters found 45% of the sample backed Shorten’s tax plan outlined in budget week compared with 33% supporting the Coalition’s seven-year income tax package.

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