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The Coalition's thumping 54 to 46 lead on the two-party-preferred measure, and the uncomfortable personal rebuff for Gillard, will worry Labor MPs under pressure from a strong negative campaign against the carbon tax, The Age reports.
But most elections are won or lost by only a few per cent of votes and, in 2007, though the two-party-preferred result was strongly in Labor's favour (52.
In the three elections Bruce contested as leader, he averaged 50 per cent of the two-party-preferred vote, not far from John Howard at 50.
In a stunning reversal of fortunes, the Coalition now leads Labor on a two-party-preferred basis by 52 per cent to 48 per cent.
The last Herald/Nielsen poll, taken a week ago, shows Labor with its nose ahead on a two-party-preferred basis, leading by 52 per cent to 48 per cent.