While two-party preferred polling is steady, a majority of Australians support Labor’s changes to the stage 3 tax cuts.
Latest polling suggests Labor’s position might be improving slightly, perhaps due to increased optimism about the state of the economy.
The Labor Party continues the poll slide it has experienced since the failed Voice referendum in October.
After a post-referendum drop in the polls, Labor has bounced back.
The final Newspoll gave “no” an accurate lead. Meanwhile, Labor maintains a strong overall lead against the Coalition.
While the latest Essential polls shows an improvement for the “yes” vote, it’s still not enough for it to lead.
In the national poll, 42% of respondents said they were a hard ‘no’, compared to 28% who said they were a hard ‘yes’.
As support for the Voice continues to slide, voters are turning away from the Albanese government too.
If the “yes” case is to win the October referendum, there will need to be sharp turn around in the polling trends to date.
Polling continues to bring bad news for supporters of the Voice to Parliament.
Support for the Voice to Parliament continues to slide - but there are some small glimmers of hope for the “yes” campaign.