The Seven Network has this evening released a ReachTEL poll of state voting intention in Queensland showing the Liberal National Party government leading Labor by 51-49 on two-party preferred, down from 52-48 in the previous such poll. The primary votes are 41.2% for the LNP (up 0.2%), 36.0% for Labor (up 1.6%), 9.5% for Palmer United (down 3.1%) and 6.0% for the Greens (up 0.5%). More detail to follow. HT: GhostWhoVotes.
As concerns over Campbell Newman’s capacity to retain his seat of Ashgrove intensify, another Queensland state opinion poll points to a huge but not-quite-decisive swing to Labor.