Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull Opinion Poll NewsPolls 2016 Approval rating

Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull Opinion Poll NewsPolls 2016 Approval rating

Turnbull, came to power last September, voters are upset by lack of progress bringing "jobs and growth" as promised at July's election.

The Newspoll, ( News Corp publications) Opinion Poll (Sample Size: 1629 voters)
Coaliation: 48 % (PM Malcolm Turnbull's party)
Labor: 52%

Turnbull's personal approval rating as Prime Minister  


Latest : 41% (down 2 % from last poll, and 18% down this year)

However, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten failed to capitalize and his approval rating simultaneously fell a point in the polls.

According to the survey

  1. The prime minister will need to prioritize creating jobs and stimulating economic growth once Parliament resumes in the New Year.
  2. 36% of voters believe the economy should be Turnbull's top priority
  3. Fixing the budget is ranked as most important to 16% of voters.
  4. Prime minister's net satisfaction rating sits at -23 points, with satisfaction at 32 percent but dissatisfaction at 55 percent,
  5. Shorten's net satisfaction rating dropped two points to -17 points, six points better off than Turnbull.

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At stake in the elections are 150 seats in the lower house — with a three-year tenure for members — from among 994 candidates, besides 76 upper House seats — with a six-year tenure — with 661 candidates in the running.

In the 150-seat House of Representatives, Labour currently holds 55 seats, the coalition 90 and five seats are held by minor parties or independents.

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  1. Sky News exit poll 63% of voters tipped the Coalition to win.
  2. ReachTel exit poll— Coalition 51%, ALP 49%.
  3. Nine Galaxy exit poll— Coalition 43%, ALP 36%, Greens 9%, Nick Xenophon Team 3%
  4. On a two-party preferred basis, the parties were in a 50-50 deadlock.
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  5. Bill Shorten has gone into Moonee Ponds West primary school to vote.
  6. Malcolm Turnbull has voted in his Sydney seat of Wentworth, while Bill Shorten is campaigning in Sydney before heading to his Melbourne seat of Maribyrnong.
  7. There’s 150 seats in the lower house and either side needs to win 76 to form a majority government. Labor needs a net gain of 21 seats to win. 

  8. A Newspoll of 4,135 people published in The Australian newspaper showed Turnbull`s Liberal/National coalition 50.5 to 49.5 percent in front on a two-party basis.
  9. Australians are turning out at more than 7,000 booths — but about 2.5 million people have already cast their ballots in pre-poll voting.
  10. Long queues at polling stations, Polls close at 6:00pm this evening. Voting is Compulsory in Australia, which makes all voters compulsory to go and vote today.
  11. PM travels to Western Sydney after casting his vote at Double Bay. 

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Important Dates 

2 July – Polling day
8 August – Return of writs

Latest Australian Opinion Polls (Summary of all Opinion Polls here)

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The Fairfax-Ipsos poll, published on Friday just a day before the election, showed that Australia is yet again heading for a hung parliament, despite the coalition government holding a commanding lead in the primary vote.

Lib-Nat 40%
Labor  33%

The Turnbull government has support of 40 percent of Australian voters, while Labor has 33 percent, but after preferences Labor surges ahead to draw neck-and-neck with the coalition.

The poll also revealed that less than 20 percent of voters believe Opposition Leader Bill Shorten will win the election despite the fact about 50 percent intend to have Labor in as either their first or second preference.

src:shanghaidaily

 

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Two Party Preferred: 1 July 2016
Labor  49.5% (-1.5)
Coalition 50.5% (+1.5)

Q. If yet to vote – To which party will you probably give your first preference vote in the Federal election being held this Saturday? If not sure, which party are you currently leaning toward?

If already voted – Which party did you give your first preference to?

  Total Have voted Have not voted  

Last week

 

28/6/16

2 weeks ago

 

21/6/16

4 weeks ago

 

7/6/16

  Election 7 Sep 13
Liberal/LNP 39.5% 41% 39%   37% 37% 37%    
National 3% 5% 2%   3% 3% 4%    
Total Liberal/National 42.5% 45% 41%   39% 40% 41%   45.6%
Labor 34.5% 33% 35%   37% 37% 36%   33.4%
Greens 11.5% 10% 12%   10% 10% 10%   8.6%
Nick Xenophon Team 1.5% 2% 1%   4% 4% 4%  
Other/Independent 10.5% 10% 11%   10% 9% 10%   12.4%
2 party preferred                  
Liberal National 50.5% 54% 49%   49% 49% 50%   53.5%
Labor 49.5% 46% 51%   51% 51% 50%   46.5%

src:essentialvision.com.au

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The poll of 1377 respondents was conducted Monday to Wednesday.

Fairfax-Ipsos Opinion Poll

Lib-Nat

40%

Labor 

 33% 

Greens 

13%

Galaxy poll of 1768 respondents which give the Coalition a lead of 51-49 on two-party preferred, compared with 50-50 in a similar poll a week ago. 

Lib-Nat

43%

Labor 

36

Greens 

10%

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After the previous two Newspolls showed the coalition and the Labor opposition were neck-and-neck in the two-party preferred vote, the latest survey of almost 1,800 Australians showed the government's primary vote has risen to a 14-week high to propel it ahead in the two-party vote — 51 percent to 49 percent.

According to the Newspoll, the Brexit news affected the minor parties most of all, with support for the Greens dropping to 9 percent of the primary vote — its lowest level of support in almost three years — while independents also fell across the board.

Meanwhile Andrew Walter, Professor of International Relations at the University of Melbourne said the government would likely be the beneficiary of the Brexit vote, as "disenchanted" voters who planned on voting independent might now switch their vote back to a major party to ensure future stability.

According to the Newspoll, 65 percent of the respondents have "locked in" their vote, but 35 percent could be swayed in the lead-up to the vote on Saturday.

A new, Australian-Institute commissioned poll found that Australians were split as to which party would deliver more jobs and growth, a key slogan on the Turnbull campaign, with 33 percent trusting the government more, while 31 percent chose Labor, despite it not being that party's slogan.

Australians will head to the polls on July 2.

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Malcolm Turnbull is facing a 10 per cent swing against him in his Sydney seat of Wentworth, according to polling that shows more than half his local electors think less of him since he became Prime Minister.

The ReachTel poll conducted across the blue-ribbon Liberal electorate last week suggests Mr Turnbull’s first preference vote will be slashed from 63 per cent to 53 per cent.

Only 14.5 per cent of people say their opinion of him has improved. About 30 per cent say their opinion is unchanged.

Almost 35 per cent of Liberal voters have cooled on him, while almost 80 per cent of Labor voters and close to 90 per cent of Greens voters say their opinion of him has diminished.

More than 53 per cent of respondents say Mr Turnbull has failed to live up to their expectations. Men and the over-50s are the most likely to be disappointed with his performance.

The polling comes a day after the latest Fairfax-Ipsos poll puts Labor ahead of the Coalition for the first time on 51-49. It also shows Mr Turnbull’s personal approval rating continuing to slide.
src:smh.com.au

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  • A new Ipsos poll shows Labor leading the coalition government 51-49
  • But 55 percent of respondents expected the Coalition to retain government 
  • Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull remains preferred PM

src:wikipedia

Ipsos Opinion poll

TPP vote

L/NP

42%

49%

ALP

36%

51%

Green

13%

Other

9%

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Two candidate preferred (TCP) for Adelaide (SA)
Candidate Party Votes Margin This election (%) Previous election (%) Swing (%) Status
COLOVIC, David Liberal 43,325 -8,894 45.35 46.05 -0.70  
ELLIS, Kate Australian Labor Party 52,219 8,894 54.65 53.95 +0.70 Elected


Important Points About Adelaide Election Results, Voting Patterns and Past Election Results.

If we look at Swing of votes from the past election results from year 2010 to 2013 then for Australian Labor Party it has been -3.74 and for Liberal/National Coalition Party it has been 3.74

The Winner In Last Elections of House of representative in Adelaide has been the party Australian Labor Party

 

Division Wise Swing/Margin of 2013-2010 In House of Representative Election
Division Name Australian Labor Party Percentage Liberal/National Coalition Percentage Increament / Decreament in Total Polling OverAll Swing
Adelaide -3.74 3.74 4499 -2.73

 


Election result for house of representative 2013, Two Party Preferred Votes

 

2013
Australian Labor Party Votes Australian Labor Party Percentage Liberal/National Coalition Votes Liberal/National Coalition Percentage TotalVotes Swing Winner
49338 53.95 42118 46.05 91456 -3.57 Australian Labor Party

 


Election result for house of representative 2010, Two Party Preferred Votes

 

2010
Australian Labor Party Votes Australian Labor Party Percentage Liberal/National Coalition Votes Liberal/National Coalition Percentage TotalVotes Swing Winner
50164 57.69 36793 42.31 86957 -0.84 Australian Labor Party Votes

 


Election result for house of representative 2007, First Preferences by Party Votes

 

2007
Division Australian Labor Party Percentage Liberal Party Vote Percentage National Coalition Percentage Winner
Adelaide 48.26 38.43   Australian Labor Party Percentage

 

Above statistics are extracted from aec.gov.au & wikipedia.org

Australian Electoral Commission

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MELBOURNE Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s popularity has fallen, just over a month before what is expected to a closely fought election, a an opinion poll published on Saturday showed.

IPSOS Poll Coalition/Liberal Labor
 Vote Percentage  51 %  49%
     

However, Turnbull’s personal popularity as preferred prime minister fell four percentage points to 47 per cent, which is still above opposition leader Bill Shorten at 30 per cent.

Australians will vote on July 2 after an unusually long 74-day campaign.

Turnbull, considered a moderate in the conservative Liberal Party-led coalition government, had enjoyed high levels of popularity since he deposed his right-wing predecessor, Tony Abbott, in an internal party coup in September.

Economic issues such as tax and the funding of education and health care have been front and centre in the campaign, as well as the hot-button issue of asylum seekers and border protection.

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