Support For The Voice Slumps To Its Lowest

Support for the Voice has plummeted yet again, with latest Newspoll figures revealing the amount of Australians voting Yes is at its lowest.

The Newspoll data for The Australian surveyed 1,239 voters between September 18 and 22 and found that only 36 per cent of those surveyed intend to vote Yes.

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Meanwhile those intending to vote No has risen three points, to 56 per cent, with it under three weeks to go before Australians hit the polling booths.

The surveying revealed the swing to the Note vote has occurred across all demographic indicators.

People aged 18 to 34 were the Voice’s strongest support, but data revealed those voting Yes slumped to 50 per cent, while those voting No has risen to 41 per cent.

At the beginning of the year, 70 per cent of voters in the age group had intended to vote Yes.

Among women voters, support fell from 41 to 36 per cent, while those voting No had risen to 57 per cent.

However, in some light for the referendum, the amount of men planning on voting Yes rose three points to 36 per cent, while those who are university-educated and will vote Yes rose to 54 per cent.

The Newspoll data also showed latest approval ratings for Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Opposition Leader Peter Dutton.

While still at historic low levels, Mr Albanese has celebrated a slight increase in approval rating, at 47 per cent.

Mr Dutton’s rating has fallen six points to 32 per cent, its lowest since being appointed in the role.

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