Support for the Greens surges while Labor retains a slim two party preferred lead.
The latest Newspoll published by The Australian has seen a rise in support for the Greens in the first poll to be released after the 2021 Budget.
The Greens primary vote sits at 12% in the latest poll, an increase of +2 compared with the previous poll released three weeks ago.
The Labor Party has seen a fall in their support to 36% (-2), while the Coalition has gained a point and now sits on 41% after they handed down their budget last week.
One Nation received just 2% (-1) in the poll, while support for Others increased to 9% (+1).
Labor maintains a narrow two-party preferred lead of 51/49 over the Coalition.
Both Scott Morrison (+1) and Anthony Albanese (+3) have suffered a rise in their dissatisfaction ratings. 38% of those polled were dissatisfied with the Prime Minister, while 46% were dissatisfied with the Opposition Leader.
The poll was conducted in the days after the 2021 Budget from a sample of 1514.