How good is ScoMo? Popularity for the coalition SURGES as prime minister will receive a boost after the elections after tax cuts and help for farmers affected by drought
- The popularity of the coalition increased enormously according to the first poll after the elections
- The primary vote has risen 2.6 percent since the May victory to 44 percent
- The boost in popularity comes as the government keeps its promise of tax reduction
- Prime Minister Scott Morrison has seen the best results for a leader since 2016
Scott Morrison argues for a fight against trade union criminals while the government's popularity is increasing enormously after the federal elections.
The coalition's primary vote has risen 2.6 percent since the May victory to 44 percent, according to the newspaper published after the election The Australian.
Morrison has also seen the best results for a prime minister since 2016, with approval ratings that go above 50% for the first time in four years.
Scott Morrison argues for a fight against trade union criminals, while the government's popularity increases after the federal elections
The popularity is increasing as the government keeps its promise of tax cut, bringing millions of Australians to $ 1,080 in aid when they filed their tax returns this year.
Mr Morrison's continued support for drought-ridden farmers has also been tipped as a key factor in the increase.
The government now leads labor 53 percent to 47 percent on two-party preferential votes.
And with four more session days until the long winter break, the prime minister wants to pass laws that will make it easier to kick rogue states out of the union movement.
Morrison also wants more power to unsubscribe abusive trade unions and carry out controls on trade union mergers.
He seized John Setka's refusal to resign from the Victorian Building Association as clear evidence that crackdown was needed.
This may be enough to get crucial support from the senate for its trade union legislation, but Labor claims that industrial relations laws have the deep-rooted & # 39; hate & # 39; of the Prime Minister for trade unions in general.
The opposition will attempt this week to investigate meetings between Angus Taylor Energy Minister and environmental officials on endangered grasslands.
Mr Morrison (pictured with his wife Jenny) has also seen the best results for a prime minister since 2016, with approval ratings that exceed 50 percent for the first time in four years
Labor haunts the cabinet minister about his interest in a family business in connection with an investigation into alleged illegal land clearing.
But Mr. Taylor says his interests have been widely explained and the opposition has accused a & # 39; dirty smear campaign & # 39; to feed.
The government has so far managed to ward off an investigation.
But leading crossbench senator Rex Patrick has reversed his position and is now ready to support an investigation.
Meanwhile, Mr Morrison Labor leader Anthony Albanese leads 48 percent to 31 percent as preferred prime minister, according to Newspoll, while Labor's primary vote remains largely unchanged at 33 percent.
The findings come after many pollsters took a break after the May election result, which they could not predict across the board.
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