Labor’s lead over the Coalition on a two-party preferred vote was unchanged at 53 to 47 per cent, according the poll published by The Australian on Sunday night.
Morrison maintained his lead over Labor leader Bill Shorten as preferred prime minister with the gap at 44 to 35 per cent.
Labor’s primary vote rose a point to 39 per cent, which is a 4.3 per cent swing to the party since the 2016 federal election.
Support for independents and minor parties remained at 10 per cent with One Nation slipping a point to five per cent.
The Newspoll of 1567 voters was conducted from February 7 to February 10.
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