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Australian opp party maintains polling lead ahead of election

Australian opp party maintains polling lead ahead of election
Australia's opposition Labor Party maintained its lead in the polls as the federal election campaign entered its final week.

Published: 16:16, May 14, 2022 | Updated: 18:04, May 14, 2022 Published:16:16, May 14, 2022Updated:18:04, May 14, 2022 Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison (right) and opposition leader Anthony Albanese shake hands at the third leaders' debate of the 2022 federal election campaign at Seven Network Studios in Sydney on May 11, 2022.Significantly, the Coalition has not been able to make any inroads since Prime Minister Scott Morrison called the election on April 10.Newspoll found that 43 percent of voters identified Morrison as their preferred prime minister and 42 percent as Labor leader Anthony Albanese.Admitting he can be "a bit of a bulldozer", Morrison promised to empathize more with Australians if given another term as the prime minister.

(MICK TSIKAS / POOL / AFP) CANBERRA - Australia's opposition Labor Party maintained its lead in the polls as the federal election campaign entered its final week.According to the latest edition of Newspoll published on Friday night, the Labor Party holds a comfortable 54-46 lead over the Coalition on a two-party preferred basis.

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