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

Read More: Australia Exit Poll Have started coming in. Most of them showing Coalition winning. 

Highlights Live Voting Australia Elections 2016 

  1. With just 15 minutes left to vote there was just a handful of last-minute voters.There was no shortage of ballot papers at the polling station
  2. Bill Shorten has gone into Moonee Ponds West primary school to vote.
  3. 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,
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. PM travels to Western Sydney after casting his vote at Double Bay. 
  7. Both the Leaders Bill Shorten and Malcolm Turnbull at Sydney
  8. Voting Started for Australian Elections 2016.
  9. Malcolm Turnbull promises Medical care would not go up and will be regulated. Although earlier he had said "Doctors can charge more and some of

What Do Latest Opinion Polls say

  1. Latest ReachTEL opinion poll shows Coalition at 51 and ALP and 49 Percentage points.
  2. Essential Research shows Coalition at 50.5 and ALP and 49.5 Percentage points.
  3. Fairfax-Ipsos shows Coalition at 50 and ALP and 50 Percentage points.
  4. Galaxy shows Coalition at 51 and ALP and 49 Percentage points.
  5. BludgerTrack shows Coalition at 50.9 and ALP and 49.1 Percentage points.

Summary of all Opinion Polls for Australian Federal Elections 2016

Polling Agency/ Time Period Coalition/Liberal Labor
BludgerTrack 50.9% 49.1%
Galaxy  51% 49%
Fairfax-Ipsos 50% 50%
Essential Research 50.5% 49.5%
ReachTEL 51% 49%
IPSOS Poll/ 5th June 49% 51%
IPSOS Poll/ 21st May 51% 49%

 All Latest Opinion Polls Conducted by various News Channels and agencies.

  1. Fairfax-Ipsos Galaxy Opinion Poll
  2. Essential Opinion Poll
  3. Latest Fairfax-Ipsos poll Opinion Poll 
  4. Australian federal election Newspoll Opinion Poll 2016
  5.  Australian federal election Ipsos Opinion Poll 2016
  6. Australian federal election Galaxy Research Opinion Poll 2016
  7.  Australian federal election ReachTEL Opinion Poll 2016
  8.  Australian federal election Roy Morgan research Opinion Poll 2016
  9.  Australian federal election Essential research Opinion Poll 2016

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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.