Courtesy of the Herald Sun, two Victorian state polls from Galaxy:
• A statewide poll has Labor with a 51-49 lead, down from 52-48 at both the last poll in mid-November, and the last election in November 2014. On the primary vote, Labor is at 37%, compared with 37% in the last poll and 38.1% at the election; the Coalition is on 41%, compared with 42% at both the last poll and the last election; the Greens are on 10%, compared with 10% and 11.5%; and One Nation records a debut reading of 8%. The poll was conducted Wednesday and Thursday from a sample of 1085.
• In the western Melbourne electorate of Werribee, a boilover 51-49 lead for the Liberals, compared with 65.7-34.3 at the election, from primary votes of Liberal 35% (28.7% at the election), Labor 29% (56.6%), Greens 7% (8.5%) and One Nation 21%. This poll was conducted Thursday to gauge the electoral impact of a proposed youth prison in Werribee on the Treasurer, Tim Pallas, and has a sample of 551.