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Opinion polls exclusive to SKY NEWS

OmniPoll and SKY NEWS have partnered to present monthly opinion polls on Australian politics and public opinion. OmniPoll delves behind the headline numbers to explain how Australians are feeling about their leaders and understand the issues that drive the polls.
A monthly poll of 1200 Australian adults conducted using the OmniPoll online Omnibus.


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AUGUST 2016 - Voters marginally more in favour of a plebiscite on marriage equality. Timing not the issue for opponents of plebiscite. Voters pessimistic about Parliament functioning in Australians’ best interests.

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JULY 2016 - Coalition voters say party was not addressing their needs in election campaign. Voters divided on superannuation bills. Voters favour abandoning Company tax legislation if blocked in Senate.

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2 JULY 2016 - Health and Medicare drives Labor vote. Economy important to only half of voters. Campaigns galvanizing respective voter bases but not changing hearts. Coalition voters complacent about victory.

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June 2016 – Voters expect the Coalition to win on July 2. Labor voters less optimistic than coalition voters about a win. Turnbull and Shorten both preferred leaders among their own voters. Turnbull attracting more favourable ratings from Labor voters than Shorten from Liberal voters.

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MAY 2016 - Labor voters favour increased education spending, Coalition voters prefer reduced budget deficit, fewer than one in ten voters overall favour company tax cuts, majority of voters favour a new election if there is a hung Parliament.

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APRIL 2016 - Coalition voters support return of Australian Building and Construction Commission, four in ten undecided on ABCC, majority of Labor voters oppose tighter Senate voting system making it harder for small parties to win election.

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MARCH 2016 - Voters disappointed in Malcolm Turnbull, wide support for balancing federal budget, labor voters prefer spending on health and education, fewer than one in ten favour company tax cuts. favour a new election if there is a hung Parliament.

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