Nielsen poll sees Labor gain a lead over the government

Nielsen poll sees Labor gain a lead over the government

The latest Fairfax-Nielsen poll out today shows the Labor Opposition has gained ground on the Coalition, for the first time since the Federal election.

The Opposition leads the government 52 per cent to 48 per cent on a two party preferred basis.

Labor’s primary support has also surged four percentage points to 37 per cent, while the Coalition’s support before preferences has fallen five points to 41 per cent.

However Prime Minister Tony Abbott leads Bill Shorten as preferred leader, 49 percent to 41 percent.

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