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The Federal Opposition is still failing to gain ground in the opinion polls. Yet again, there has
been no change to the two-party preferred vote in tomorrow's newspoll in The Australian newspaper,
with Labor holding a strong lead over the Coalition.

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TONY JONES, PRESENTER: The Federal Opposition is still failing to gain ground in the opinion polls.
Yet again, there's been no change to the two-party preferred vote in tomorrow's Newspoll in the
Australian newspaper, with Labor holding a strong lead over the Coalition. The Opposition Leader
has secured a slight bump in his satisfaction rating, jumping two points to 33 per cent. That has
not translated into a spike in preferred Prime Minister stakes, with both Kevin Rudd and Malcolm
Turnbull dropping two points each.