The Advertiser has published a poll of South Australian state voting intention from 512 respondents, which shows the Liberals opening up a 54-46 lead on two-party preferred. Recalling that the Liberals in fact won the two-party vote at the March election quite handsomely, this amounts to a swing of around 2.5 per cent from the election. Labor’s primary vote is at just 30 per cent against 46 per cent for the Liberals and 16 per cent for the Greens. Dubiously, the Labor primary vote is slightly higher in the country than the city. Isobel Redmond also has a strong lead as preferred premier of 51 per cent to 38 per cent. Sixty per cent of respondents say they do not expect Mike Rann to lead Labor to the next election: on the matter of his successor, 34 per cent favour Jay Weatherill over 12 per cent for Kevin Foley and 8 per cent for John Rau.