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Scott Morrison is the preferred PM: Newspoll

The latest Newspoll published by The Australian shows Prime Minister Scott Morrison as the preferred prime minister compared to Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese 42 per cent to 38 per cent respectively. Labor still hold a 51-to-49 lead in the two-party-
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