Malcolm Turnbull's popularity as prime minister has declined significantly as Labor maintains a narrow 51-49 advantage over the federal government with a two-part preference over the last Newspoll.
The main parties have not moved in two matches for four Newspolls followed since the beginning of July, reveals the national poll published in The Australian.
However, the new poll contains additional bad news for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
The coalition's primary vote dropped two points to 37 percent, while Turnbull's advantage over Labor leader Bill Shorten as preferred prime minister dropped from 19 to 12 points.
The main vote of ALP has fallen by one percentage point to 35 percent, suggests Newspoll.
The main vote of One Nation has risen two percentage points to nine percent.
In the super-special elections on Saturday, July 28, the coalition fought particularly at the Longman headquarters in Queensland, registering a primary vote of only 29.6 percent, while One Nation won 15.9 percent of the votes. first preferences.
Susan Lamb, Labor, retained the position by securing almost 40 percent of the primary votes.