Little change in voting intentions: poll

Tasmanians voting intentions have changed little since Labor dumped the Greens, the latest poll of voter intentions shows. 

Today's EMRS poll of 1000 voters may give Labor some hope though with 23 per cent still undecided a month out from the state election, up from 17 per cent in November. 

Excluding undecided voters, the Liberals and Labor recorded a slight increase with Liberals still comfortably on track to win majority government on March 15. 

Support for the Greens has dropped 2 per cent since November to 17 per cent. 

In preferred premier polling, Liberal Leader Will Hodgman continues to be the most popular of the three leaders with 48 per cent support (up 1 per cent since November), Premier Lara Giddings dropped one point to 21 per cent, while Greens leader Nick McKim had 13 per cent support, up 1.

Eighteen per cent of respondents preferred none of the three leaders, which was down 1 per cent since November.


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