Galaxy: 57-43 to state LNP in Queensland

Hands up who cares about a Queensland state poll right now? Well, here’s one anyway.

The Galaxy poll of Queensland for which federal results were provided on Friday evening now comes through with state results. It shows the Liberal National Party government’s lead steady at 57-43, the previous poll having been conducted in late March, and Campbell Newman’s lead over Annastacia Palasczcuk little changed at 54-31, down from 55-29 last time.

Author: William Bowe

William Bowe is a Perth-based election analyst and occasional teacher of political science. His blog, The Poll Bludger, has existed in one form or another since 2004, and is one of the most heavily trafficked websites on Australian politics.

6 comments on “Galaxy: 57-43 to state LNP in Queensland”

  1. Staying on message is seen as a strength normally. There must come a time, however, when it becomes a liability, when it’s been repeated over and over so many times the audience realises it’s being conned, fed rehearsed, pre-digested, focus-group tested waffle. Taken for mugs.

  2. What has the long term trend been? I’m unpleasantly surprised to find Newman this popular. I thought he’d be more on the nose.

  3. Smallvox there are improving signs in QLD. I work in a professional services organization at the pointy-end of construction and there are improving conditions, not big at this time but much more consistent than six months ago.

    Newman is not perceived to be as evil as often portrayed here.

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