Ipsos poll shows election contest tightens to 51-49  The Age

Labor has kept its lead in the federal election campaign but has lost ground to the Coalition in a late shift that could tighten the result on Saturday night. Labor is ...

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Some 55 per cent said they expected Labor to win the election while only 32 per cent said the Coalition would win.Some 55 per cent said they expected Labor to win the election while only 32 per cent said the Coalition would win.

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“Bill Shorten is resisting locking in a final appearance at National Press Club next Thursday. Scott Morrison booked for Wednesday. Why the radio silence, from the Labor leader? Seems very odd not to agree to a staple of Australian federal election campaigns. @SabraLane #auspol”

Andrew Probyn on Twitter: "Bill Shorten is resisting locking in a final appearance at National Press Club next Thursday. Scott Morrison booked for Wednesday. Why the radio silence, from the Labor leader? Seems very odd not to agree to a staple of Australian federal election campaigns. @SabraLane #auspol"

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Labor is clinging to the slimmest of leads over the Coalition, putting it on track to fall over the line in Saturday's federal election. The latest Ipsos poll shows Labor leads the Coalition 51 per cent to 49 per cent.Labor is clinging to the slimmest of leads over the Coalition, putting it on track to fall over the line in Saturday's federal election. The latest Ipsos poll shows Labor leads the Coalition 51 per cent to 49 per cent.

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