Coalition continues to lag ALP: Newspoll

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Labor continues to lead the federal government in the latest Newspoll while approval for opposition leader Anthony Albanese has risen.

The poll published in The Australian on Monday shows Labor is ahead of the coalition on a two-party preferred basis, at 53 per cent to 47 per cent.

On a primary vote basis, Labor is also ahead on 38 per cent compared to 37 per cent for the government.

Asked who would be a better prime minister the poll of 1524 voters picked Scott Morrison, but his result of 46 per cent was down from 48 per cent in the previous poll.

Mr Albanese gained four percentage points to 38 per cent.

Support for the Greens was unchanged at 11 per cent, on a two-party basis.

The poll was conducted between November 10 and November 13.

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