Victoria has joined the national trend of swings away from Labor state governments, according to the latest bi-monthly poll of state voting intention. Labor is down four points on the primary vote to 37 per cent, and three points on two-party preferred to 51 per cent. The Coalition vote is down one point to 37 per cent (UPDATE: Or so the original report in The Australian would have you believe it is the Liberals who are on 37 per cent, the Nationals accounting for another 4 per cent), and the Greens are up three to a record high 15 per cent. John Brumby maintains a handy lead over Opposition Leader Ted Baillieu as preferred premier, but it has narrowed slightly from 48-26 to 45-27.
UPDATE: Full results here.