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Australian Labor Party's primary vote remains low

http://english.hebei.com.cn  2013-04-23 17:44

  Australian Labor Party's primary vote remained a long way behind the opposition, the latest survey showed on Tuesday.

  According to the Newspoll conducted at the weekend and published in the Australian daily, in the past two weeks, during which the government unveiled 2.3 billion Australian dollars (2.36 billion U.S. dollars) in higher education cuts to help pay for the school education changes and warned of a "sledgehammer" hit to government revenue, Labor's primary vote support has remained unchanged at 32 percent.

  And the primary vote support for the Coalition fell to 46 percent from 48 percent two weeks ago.

  The Coalition in this Newspoll still commands a massive two- party preferred lead of 55 to 45 percent, the same level as a fortnight ago, and would win the September 14 general election in a landslide if the numbers are repeated.

  In addition, Julia Gillard slipped two points to 35 percent in the preferred prime minister stakes, five points behind opposition leader Tony Abbott, who was steady at 40 percent.

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