Recent polling results from Roy Morgan in Australia have revealed a slight shift in support for the two major parties. The ALP (centre-left) has seen a 1.0% drop in the two-party preferred vote, slipping to 52.0%, while the L/NP (centre-right|conservative) has seen a 1.0% increase, rising to 48.0%.
These results come after fieldwork between the 30th of October and the 5th of November and compare the results of the 23rd to the 29th of October.
The results reflect the current political landscape in Australia, with the ALP in government and the L/NP in opposition. However, the results are also a reminder of the volatile nature of Australian politics and the need for the major parties to remain on their toes to maintain their support.
It is also worth noting that the sample size for this poll was 1,371, which is relatively small; therefore, the results should be viewed with some caution.
Overall, the latest results from Roy Morgan’s poll indicate that support for the two major parties in Australia is still relatively even. However, it is clear that the political landscape is constantly changing and that both parties must monitor public sentiment to remain competitive.
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