New Federal Election poll SLAMMED as ‘garbage’ | 7NEWS

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The race to the election finish is in sight. And a new Resolve Poll claims the Coalition is clawing back support. The Resolve Poll reports the primary vote puts the Liberals in front 34 to 31. But after preferences were taken into account Labor leads 51 to 49. Tightening from Newspoll’s 54 to 46 at the weekend. But the Labor party has slammed the poll as ‘garbage’. News Corp journalist Joe Hildebrand agreed during a fiery TV interview on Sunrise this morning.

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