Federal Election 2016: Labor still leads in Newspoll
The Opposition has maintained their lead in the latest Newspoll and while Malcolm Turnbull remains preferred Prime Minister his popularity has dipped.
Support for Labor remained the same in the two-party-preferred vote 51 to 49 percent despite the controversy surrounding the NBN raids.
The Coalition's primary vote is steady at 41 per cent while Labor dropped one point to 36 per cent.
The Greens were also unchanged at 11 per cent.
Mr Turnbull remains the preferred prime minister ahead of Mr Shorten at 46 to 31 per cent.