Government’s core support slumps to 35%, while One Nation rises to 9% from 8% and the Greens fall to 9% from 11%

Labor is leading the Coalition 54% to 46% in two-party terms, a new poll has revealed after the marriage equality postal survey was announced and ministers became embroiled in questions about their citizenship.

The Coalition’s core support has fallen to 35% while Labor’s has risen to 38%, according to the latest Newspoll. Malcolm Turnbull’s personal support continues to outstrip Bill Shorten’s, with 43% preferring him as prime minister compared with 33% for Shorten.

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