Labor gains: New polls deliver double dose of bad news for Liberals
New polls out today suggest Labor will easily win tomorrow’s state election.
Daniel Andrews and the Labor Party are on course to be re-elected with several Coalition seats now in danger of falling.
The Coalition has been lagging behind for several months and a new poll in The Age predicts a Labor win on Saturday with 54-46 of the statewide two-party preferred vote.
That would be a bigger margin than in 2014.
A Herald Sun/Galaxy poll also has Labor’s primary support surging (53-47).
The Coalition seats of Ripon, Bass, Burwood and South Barwon are in grave danger of falling on Saturday.
Labor is also a big chance to pick up Prahran from the Greens as well as Morwell, currently held by an independent.
Mr Andrews has stretched his lead over Matthew Guy as preferred Premier and is now ahead of his rival 54-46.