Federal election 2022: Anthony Albanese could win majority government, according to new poll

Latest poll suggests Anthony Albanese (pictured) will lead a Labor majority government

Latest poll suggests Anthony Albanese (pictured) will lead a Labor majority government

Shock poll shows how Anthony Albanese could win MULTIPLE government – as latest stats show Scott Morrison could lose more than a dozen seats

  • Labor will win the elections on May 21 with an 80-seat majority, according to the latest poll
  • Coalition could lose more than a dozen seats, including four in Melbourne
  • Several Coalition MPs could be evicted from their seats, including the Federal Treasurer

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According to the latest poll, Anthony Albanese is tipped to become Australia’s next prime minister with a majority of the Labor government.

Ten days after Election Day, Scott Morrison could lose more than a dozen coalition seats with treasurer Josh Frydenberg predicted to be one of the major casualties.

A You Government poll has Labor back in power with 80 seats, 17 free from coalition with one Greens MP and seven others rounding out parliament.

A hung parliament would be highly unlikely, based on the poll.

The shocking results were revealed when Mr Albanese and Mr Morrison battled it out in Wednesday night’s third and final leaders’ debate.

Latest poll suggests Anthony Albanese (pictured) will lead a Labor majority government

Latest poll suggests Anthony Albanese (pictured) will lead a Labor majority government

Latest poll suggests Anthony Albanese (pictured) will lead a Labor majority government

The coalition is not expected to win any seats from Labor, while six seats are considered too close together.

The coalition’s biggest losses will be in Victoria, where it will lose four Melbourne seats, including Kooyong’s electorate held by Mr Frydenberg, who is currently trailing Climate 200 candidate Monique Ryan 53-47.

In Goldstein, incumbent Liberal MP Tim Wilson is also in serious trouble, trailing 52-48 against Climate 200 Independent Zoe Daniels.

In NSW, Robertson MP Lucy Wicks is tipped to lose her Central Coast seat, while Coalition colleague Dr. Fiona Martin is also in big trouble in Reid.

Reid’s marginal seat in Sydney’s inner west was considered a must-win for the coalition.

Former NSW minister Andrew Constance’s campaign to enter the federal parliament is also on shaky ground, trailing incumbent Labor MP Fiona Phillips in Gilmore’s seat on the state’s south coast.

The coalition could lose more than a dozen seats on May 21.  Pictured is Prime Minister Scott Morrison with his family on Sunday.

The coalition could lose more than a dozen seats on May 21.  Pictured is Prime Minister Scott Morrison with his family on Sunday.

The coalition could lose more than a dozen seats on May 21. Pictured is Prime Minister Scott Morrison with his family on Sunday.

the tBennelong’s traditional liberal core area is one of six seats considered too close.

The Sydney seat, held by the outgoing Liberal MP John Alexander, was won just once by Labor in 2007, when journalist Maxine McKew ousted Prime Minister John Howard from his own seat.

Liberal candidate Simon Kennedy faces an uphill battle against his Labor rival, Ryde councilor Jerome Laxale.

In Sydney’s western seat of Lindsay, the battle between Coalition MP Melissa McIntosh and Labor candidate Trevor Ross is also on the cutting edge and too close to mention.

Other closed seats include the coalition-occupied seats of Ryan in the suburbs of Brisbane, Longman in Queensland and Sturt in South Australia, along with the Victorian Electorate of Corangamite held by Labour.

Incumbent independents Helen Haines, Zali Steggall, Rebekha Sharkie and Andrew Wilkie are also expected to keep their seats.

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg (pictured) expected to be evicted from Kooyong .'s seat

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg (pictured) expected to be evicted from Kooyong .'s seat

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg (pictured) expected to be evicted from Kooyong .’s seat

The coalition is also expected to lose two seats in Western Australia, including Pearce’s Perth seat currently held by former Attorney General Christian Porter, who is retiring.

It is also expected to lose one in Queensland, South Australia and Tasmania.

The poll that polled 19,000 voters shows that a large number of affluent inner-city seats in Sydney and Melbourne are swinging wide against the coalition.

The margin of error suggests that Labor would win 76 seats, in the worst case as many as 85.

The coalition could only have 58 seats and while the top margin of error is 68.

Anthony Albanese (left) and Scott Morrison (right) now have 10 days to convince voters

Anthony Albanese (left) and Scott Morrison (right) now have 10 days to convince voters

Anthony Albanese (left) and Scott Morrison (right) now have 10 days to convince voters

Source: New feed