The latest poll has Labor ahead 52% to 48% on the two-party preferred measure

Labor has crept further ahead of the Turnbull government, and Bill Shorten’s approval ratings have improved in the wake of the super Saturday byelection results, according to the latest Guardian Essential poll.

The latest survey of 1,032 voters has Labor ahead of the Coalition on the two-party preferred measure, 52% to 48%, an improvement within the poll’s margin of error since the result last fortnight, which was 51% to 49%.

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