Roy Morgan has just unloaded its latest monthly SMS polls of state voting intention, which go as follows:
New South Wales: The Coalition’s two-party lead narrows from 55-45 to 53.5-46.5, with the Coalition primary vote unchaged at 46%, Labor up two to 29% and the Greens up 1.5% to 17%. Sample: 850.
Victoria: Labor’s lead increases from 55-45 to 56-44, with their primary vote unchanged at 40.5%, the Coalition down one to 38%, and the Greens up one to 13%. Sample: 1041.
Queensland: A tied result on two-party preferred, after Labor led 52-48 last time. On the primary vote, Labor is down two to 35.5%, the Coalition up half to 40.5%, and the Greens are down two to 10.5%. Sample: 915.
Western Australia: The Liberal-Nationals record a 51-49 lead, after trailing 52-48 last time. However, both Liberal and Labor are up three points on the primary vote, to 36.5% and 34% respectively, with the Nationals down one to 7% and the Greens down two to 12.5%. Mark McGowan leads Colin Barnett as preferred premier by 60.5-39.5, down from 62.5-37.5. Sample: 770.
South Australia: The Liberals lead 52-48 after a tied results last time, but more to the point, Labor is trailing the Nick Xenophon Team on the primary vote by 28% (up four) to 25.5% (down 1.5%), with the Liberals up one to 31%, the Greens down 2.5% to 8%, and Family First up half to 5%. Sample: 802.
Tasmania: The Liberals are up a point to 41%, Labor is up 1.5% to 34.5% and the Greens are down 4.5%. Sample: 355.