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There’s a ‘slow crawling back’ of support for Coalition in latest Newspoll figures

Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell says there is a "slow crawling back" in terms of support for the Coalition in the Australian's latest Newspoll figures. 

In the latest Newspoll figures, the Labor Party currently enjoys a 53 to 47 per cent lead over the Coalition in the two-party preferred vote. 

Mr Clennell said the government gained a point back on Labor in the two-party preferred vote, as well as in the primary vote.  

"What is interesting here is the polarisation in views on Scott Morrison - he has both high approval and high disapproval ratings."

Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell says there is a “slow crawling back” in terms of support for the Coalition in the Australian’s latest Newspoll figures.

In the latest Newspoll figures, the Labor Party currently enjoys a 53 to 47 per cent lead over the Coalition in the two-party preferred vote.

Mr Clennell said the government gained a point back on Labor in the two-party preferred vote, as well as in the primary vote.

“What is interesting here is the polarisation in views on Scott Morrison – he has both high approval and high disapproval ratings.”

Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell says there is a “slow crawling back” in terms of support for the Coalition in the Australian’s latest Newspoll figures.

In the latest Newspoll figures, the Labor Party currently enjoys a 53 to 47 per cent lead over the Coalition in the two-party preferred vote.

Mr Clennell said the government gained a point back on Labor in the two-party preferred vote, as well as in the primary vote.

“What is interesting here is the polarisation in views on Scott Morrison – he has both high approval and high disapproval ratings.”

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