The latest weekly Essential Research survey (providing a rolling average of results over the previous fortnight) shows Labor’s lead up to 59-41 after a long stretch on 58-42. Also included are leadership approval ratings which provide an interesting point of comparison with Newspoll: Kevin Rudd has 56 per cent approval and 33 per cent disapproval (compared with 59 per cent and 25 per cent in last week’s 56-44 Newspoll), while Brendan Nelson’s ratings are 24 per cent and 51 per cent (compared with 36 per cent and 39 per cent). Breakdowns are provided telling us how much of this approval and disapproval is strong, and there are also results on whether Nelson’s party has given him the support he deserves, and on the seasonal workers issue.
554 comments on “Essential Research: 59-41”
I believe there are about 170 million registered voters in the US at the moment. That would give an MOE of about 3.6%. In any case, its just one poll, and we all know the dangers of taking anything from just one poll!
[Seems nobody interested in Morgans now?]
Well the media certainly isn’t whenever it moves to the ALP
And just to prove who is really responsible for the problems of this world, Banyule Council sacked a lolly pop man for being too friendly.
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