Morgan has simultaneously released results of face-to-face polling conducted over the previous two weekends, and a phone poll conducted on Wednesday and Thursday. The former has Labor leading 49 per cent to 36 per cent on the primary vote and 59-41 on two-party preferred, compared with 61.5-38.5 at the previous such poll a fortnight earlier; the latter has Labor’s leads at 50 per cent to 34.5 per cent and 60-40, compared with 63-37 last week. In other news, political parties’ financial disclosure returns for 2006/07 have been published by the Australian Electoral Commission: Steven Mayne sifts through the evidence at Crikey (subscriber only).
302 comments on “Morgan: 59-41”
Hands up if you will miss his charasmatic personality, heroic stands and all round niceness?
I”m going to miss him terribly, just as I miss Johnny.
How can one get as emotional over a fellow like Mr. Nelson, who is so very important, so very important that he thinks he is the most important person Mr. Rudd should consult?
I felt so much more empathy for relatively unassuming, self deprecating and therefore more loveable souls such as our Petey and our Johnny.
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