The Budget is tipped to not be received favourably by the public judging from the results tipped from the first Newspoll post Scott Morrison’s speech.
- The Coalition’s 2PP ratings are tipped to decline in post budget Newspoll.
- Malcolm Turnbull’s approval rating is also expected to take a hit.
- Bill Shorten is fancied to receive a bump in his approval.
Online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au are taking bets on the first published Newspoll and are offering $2.00 the Coalition will go down in the 2PP vote.
Improving their ratings pays $3.75 while staying stagnant is a $3.00 chance.
The PM is tipped to suffer another decline in his approval at odds of $1.75 while Bill Shorten is $2.00 to improve on his own standing.
“A bad budget can have a devastating impact on a Government’s popularity, just ask Joe Hockey or Wayne Swan. Looking at the odds this budget will go down like a lead balloon,’’ said sportsbet.com.au’s Will Byrne.
Markets courtesy of sportsbet.com.au
Next Newspoll 2PP
$2.00 The Coalition 2PP will go down
$3.75 The Coalition 2PP will go up
$3.00 The Coalition 2PP will stay the same
Turnbull approval rating – 1st post budget Newspoll
$5.00 The same
Shorten approval rating – 1st post budget Newspoll
$2.50 The same