Today’s West Australian carries results of ReachTEL seat polling conducted for The Parenthood, a parents’ advocacy group, which collectively suggest the Barnett government is in big trouble. Labor is credited with leads in all six seats from an average swing of 13%, which if uniform would net 18 Liberal-held seats along with one from the Nationals (arguably a different proposition), for a total of 41 seats in a chamber of 59. No primary votes are provided, but the two-party preferred numbers are as follows:
Wanneroo: Labor leads 54-46, swing 15.0%, sample 617.
Perth: Labor leads 59-41, swing 11.8%, sample 611.
Mount Lawley: Labor leads 54-46, swing 12.9%, sample 635.
Joondalup: Labor leads 52-48, swing 12.4%, sample 625.
Bicton: Labor leads 51-49, swing 11.0%, sample 611.
Southern River: Labor leads 54-46, swing 14.9%, sample 651.
No field work date is provided, but the report seems to suggest it was conducted this week.