Roy Morgan has published its almost-monthly SMS polls of state voting intention, which find that:
• The Coalition’s lead in New South Wales is at 59.5-40.5, down from 60.5-39.5 in December.
• Labor’s lead in Victoria is unchanged at 53.5-46.5.
• The Liberal National Party opposition has opened up a 52-48 lead in Queensland, after trailing 51.5-48.5 last time.
• The Liberal-National government now has a 54.5-45.5 lead in Western Australia, after trailing 50.5-49.5 last time. This is at odds with the recent Newspoll result for October-December, showing Labor leading 53-47.
• The Nick Xenophon Team is on 20.5% of the primary vote in South Australia, with Labor on 27% and the Liberals on 35.5%. The Liberals have a 53-47 lead on two-party preferred, down from 54-46 last time.
• In Tasmania, the Liberals are on 43% (down 1.5%), Labor is on 30.5% (up 5%) and the Greens are on 21.5% (down 3.5%).
Polling was conducted from Friday to Monday, from samples ranging from 358 in Tasmania to 1292 in New South Wales.