Thanks to reader Tristan Jones for drawing attention to this poll from July 27 of voting intention in the Victorian seat of Bendigo, which Labor held in 2004 by 1.0 per cent after a 2.7 per cent swing to the Liberals. The phone poll was conducted by the Bendigo Advertiser, apparently with its bare hands, from a quite impressive sample of 486. Unfortunately, there was an undecided response of 35 per cent, which invariably tells you more about a pollster’s inexperience than it does about the indecision of voters. From about 315 voters they managed to extract a response from, there was reportedly a 4.4 per cent advantage to Labor. It is not clear whether this refers to the primary vote, on which Labor was behind by 1.9 per cent at the 2004 election, or the two-party preferred vote, on which it led by 1.0 per cent.
UPDATE: Thanks again to Tristan in comments for pointing out that it did indeed refer to the primary vote. So we can read that as a 6 per cent increase for Labor, which is satisfyingly consistent with the tenor of polling elsewhere.