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With the recommendation of double dissolution in Australia, the federal elections are now to be held on July 2, 2016 much earlier than the scheduled election later this year. There are approximately 50-days left for election campaigning. The ruling Coalition of Liberal-National party has put in its full throttle to emerge victorious through the election. While the opposition Australian Labor party which is out of power is leaving no stone unturned to win the election trial.

 

The election date is approaching near and the opinion polls have already started to predict the winner. 

 

Roy Morgan research conducted their survey between 23-24, 30 April and May 1, 2016. The sample size taken for the survey were 2,951 Australian electors. On two party preferred basis, the party predicted a close fight with 49% to the coalition while Labor party getting 51% of the vote share. 

While the earlier survey conducted by the same agency during 16-17 April 2016 predicted a tie between the two with 50% vote share to each. 

The agency also conducted the survey on the basis of gender of electorate and found that Men are easily favouring the Liberal-national coalition while Women are supporting Australian Labor party.

GENDER

LIBERAL-NATIONAL
COALITION

LABOR
PARTY

MALE

52%

48%

FEMALE

54%

46%

 

DATE

FIRM

LIBERAL-NATIONAL
COALITION

LABAOR
PARTY

GREEN

OTHERS

23-24, 30 APRIL – MAY 1 2016

ROY MORGAN RESEARCH

40%

32.5%

13.5%

14%

On two party preferred basis (only two – Liberal/National Coalition and Labor party- are major party)

DATE

FIRM

LIBERAL-NATIONAL COALITION

LABOR PARTY

23-24, 30 APRIL – MAY 1, 2016

ROY MORGAN RESEARCH

49%

51%

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