LABOR would easily win a state election if it was held tomorrow a new poll has found, with Annastacia Palaszczuk considered the "better" premier over Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg by both male and female voters.
The latest Roy Morgan poll found Labor would win the election 52.5 per cent to 47.5 per cent on a two party preferred basis.
Between April 10 and 13, 5631 people across Australia were asked by SMS about their voting intention in their respective states, with the results showing Ms Palaszczuk's government had grown in support since the Billy Gordon crisis hit it.
A Galaxy Poll published by NewsCorp on Sunday found the parties deadlocked at 50/50 for support, but 53 per cent of respondents believed Ms Palaszczuk was doing a good job as Premier.
The Morgan poll was more favourable, showing 61.5 per cent of respondents found Ms Palaszczuk the better choice of premier, with Mr Springborg winning 38.5 per cent of the vote.
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