PM’s personal standing improves but Coalition’s primary vote stubbornly static as Labor ahead 53-47 on two-party-preferred basis

The Coalition government continues to trail Labor 47 to 53 on a two-party-preferred basis for the sixth Newspoll running.

But Malcolm Turnbull has increased his lead over the opposition leader, Bill Shorten, as preferred prime minister, with the poll published in the Australian putting him on 46% to Shorten’s 31%, compared with the previous poll, which had them at 43% to 32%.

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