With just over a week to go before election day, the latest Western Australian state poll from ReachTEL gives Labor a 52-48 lead, compared with 50-50 at its last poll a fortnight ago. The primary votes are Liberal 34.6% (down 0.8%), Nationals 6.8% (down 1.6%), Labor 35.2% (up one 0.2%), Greens 10.7% (up a remarkable 4.7%) and One Nation a rather subdued 8.5% (down 3.2%). Whereas the previous ReachTEL poll was conducted for The West Australian, this one was conducted for Fairfax (assuming it wasn’t a joint arrangement of some sort). Further detail to follow.
UPDATE: After distribution of 5.3% undecided, the primary votes are Labor 35.2%, Liberal 34.6%, Nationals 6.8% (keeping in mind that they were listed as an option for all respondents, but are only running candidates in the non-metropolitan area), Greens 10.7% and One Nation 8.5%.