Anthony Albanese Approval Rating: 22% gap between Albanese and Dutton

Anthony Albanese Approval Rating 2023: Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese enjoys a 55% approval rating. The proportion of those saying they were dissatisfied is around 29.7%.

Anthony Albanese Popularity: Net Approval Rating (Average) is +25.3% (Increasing)

Average of Preferred Prime Minister Polls: Albanese: 52.5%; Dutton: 30.5%

Google Search Volumes: Anthony Albanese: 79%, Peter Dutton: 21% (Declining)

Social Media Sentiment: Anthony Albanese: -41% (Deteriorating), Peter Dutton: -63% (Improving)

Albanese Approval Rating: Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s approval rating is seeing a decline since the new year from 60% approval ratings around new years to an average rating of 55% at present, meanwhile, support for minor parties is witnessing a dip.

Anthony Albanese Approval Rating Polls: Key Insights

  • In the Morning Consult poll, Albanese trended higher over the last 6 months beginning at 42% and rising now to 56%. His current net approval rating is 23%. Scott Morrison’s Approval rating on the other hand remained below 50% and he closed his tenure at (-17%).
  • Most of these leads may not hold in the long run but Mr. Albanese appears to be enjoying an extended dream run for now.

Anthony Albanese Approval Rating Polls

Average of last three Polls, June 3rd, 2023

  • Approve: 55%
  • Disapprove: 29.7%

Morning Consult: June 1st

  • Approve: 56%
  • Disapprove: 33%

The Guardian: May 15th

  • Approve: 54%
  • Disapprove: 35%

Resolve Strategic: April 19th

  • Approve: 55%
  • Disapprove: 21%

Latest Preferred Prime Minister Polls

Average of last two Polls, June 3rd, 2023

  • Albanese: 52.5%
  • Dutton: 30.5%

Freshwater Strategy: May 17th

  • Albanese: 51%
  • Dutton: 33%

Newspoll: April 22nd

  • Albanese: 54%
  • Dutton: 28%

Last 7 Days

Albanese: 79%, Dutton: 21%

Last 30 Days

Albanese: 66%, Dutton: 34%

Anthony Albanese vs Peter Dutton: Social Media Sentiment

  • Albanese: -41%
  • Dutton: -63%

Latest Federal Opinion Polls 2025(TPP)

Average of last three Polls, June 3rd , 2023

  • ALP: 56%
  • Liberals/NP Coalition: 44%

Freshwater Strategy: May 17th

  • ALP: 52%
  • Liberals/NP Coalition: 48%

Resolve Strategic: April 16th

  • ALP: 61%
  • Liberals/NP Coalition: 39%

Essential: March 5th

  • ALP: 55%
  • Liberals/NP Coalition: 45%

Latest Federal Opinion Polls 2025(Primary)

Average of last three Polls, June 3rd, 2023

  • ALP: 38% (2022: 32.6%)
  • Liberals/NP Coalition: 33.7% (2022: 35.7%)

Freshwater Strategy: May 17th

  • ALP: 34%
  • Liberals/NP Coalition: 37%

Resolve Strategic: May 16th

  • ALP: 42%
  • Liberals/NP Coalition: 30%

Newspoll: May 14th

  • ALP: 38%
  • Liberals/NP Coalition: 34%

Albanese Approval Rating: Latest News

Anthony Albanese Approval Rating: Promises made in the 2022 election

This is a brief list

  • Healthcare
    • 50 Medicare Urgent Care Clinics
    • Change the rules to allow regional and outer metro communities to recruit more doctors of their choosing – both locals and overseas-trained GPs.
    • Increasing the number of screened conditions for newborns from around 25 to 80.
    • Establishing an Australian Centre for Disease Control. 
    • Reducing the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) co-payment from the current maximum of $42.50 per script, to a maximum of $30 per script. Savings of $12.50
  • Education
    • Fee Free TAFE
    • $1.2 billion Future Made in Australia Skills Plan to close the gap in key areas of skills shortages with new places at university and TAFE. Made in Australia Skills Plan will also deliver up to 20,000 new university places.
    • $50 million TAFE Technology Fund will improve IT facilities, workshops, laboratories, and telehealth simulators across the country.
    • $100 million New Energy Apprenticeships will encourage and support 10,000 apprentices to train in new energy jobs.
  • Childcare
    • Labor will invest approximately $5.4 billion to make child care cheaper, starting from July 2023.
    • Increase child care subsidy rates for every family with one child in care earning less than $530,000 in household income
    • Lift the maximum childcare subsidy rate to 90 percent for families with the first child in care. Keep higher childcare subsidy rates for the second and additional children in care
    • Extend the increased subsidy to outside school hours care.
  • Manufacturing
    • $15 billion National Reconstruction Fund
    • Up to $3 billion from Labor’s National Reconstruction Fund to invest in green metals.
    • $1.5 billion Medical Manufacturing Fund, building on Labor’s Buy Australian Plan
    • $1 billion Value Adding in Resources Fund.
    • $1 billion in investment support through loans, equity, and guarantees for businesses in critical technologies. 
    • $1 billion in advanced manufacturing creating new capabilities and opportunities to innovate in transport, defense, resources, agricultural and food processing, medical science, renewables, and low-emission technologies manufacturing.
    • $500m of funding within our National Reconstruction Fund for Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries, Food, and Fiber.
  • Labor’s Renewables Plan

Anthony Albanese Approval Rating: Promises Implemented so far

1) National Anti-Corruption Commission Bill 2022

As promised by the Labor Party, the Albanese Government delivered its promise to legislate the country’s long-awaited National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC). As of the 29th of November 2022, the bill establishing the commission has passed through both the Australian House of Representatives, and the Senate. The commission is expected to be finalized by mid-2023. The committee will have independent powers to investigate serious or systemic corruption across the Commonwealth public sector by ministers, parliamentarians, and employees of all government entities. It will also ensure strong protection for whistleblowers.

2) Energy Price Relief Plan

The bill is expected to help ease the skyrocketing energy prices such that bills will rise by 13% rather than the expected 36% in 2023-24.

The legislation plans to:

  • Impose a Temporary cap on the price of gas for 12 months at $12 per gigajoule on new wholesale gas sales by east coast producers subject to consultation.
  • Temporary cap on the price of coal: The NSW and Queensland Governments are setting ceilings for the price of coal used for electricity generation to $125 a tonne.
  • Provide Targeted Bill Assistance: The Government will partner with the states and territories to deliver targeted and temporary relief on power bills to eligible Australian households and small businesses. An Energy Bill Relief Fund with up to $1.5 billion will be established to deliver relief directly to electricity bills
  • Investment in Cleaner, Cheaper, Reliable Energy for the Future: Around $10 billion will be invested under the scheme in private and public sector investment to ensure long-term affordability and accessibility of clean and cheap energy.

3) Fairwork Legislation Act 2022

The Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Secure Jobs, Better Pay) Bill 2022 aims to make numerous changes to industrial relations legislation.

  • Promote flexible working arrangements (FWAs).
  • Promote gender equity and strengthen the legal framework in respect of sexual harassment and anti-discrimination protections.
  • Promote wage growth through bargaining, approval, and termination processes.
  • Improve job security by prohibiting certain fixed-term contracts
  • Abolishes the Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) and establish The National Construction Industry Forum which will provide advice to the government on the building and construction industry.

4) Ozone Protection Act

The Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Reform (Closing the Hole in the Ozone Layer) Bill 2022 seeks to modernize and streamline Australia’s laws to manage ozone-depleting substances and synthetic greenhouse gases. Australia’s ozone legislation controls the import and use of ozone-depleting substances and synthetic greenhouse gases which are commonly used in refrigerators, ACs, fire extinguishers, aerosols, etc.

The control and phase-out of ozone gases stem from the highly successful Montreal Protocol which was ratified by Australia in 1989. The Australian Government is closely working with industries to phase down the use of HFCs by 85% between 2018-2036. The amendments set out in the Bill are expected to improve the management program’s efficiency.

2022 Australian Federal Election Results

The 2022 Australian federal election was held on Saturday 21 May 2022 to elect members of the 47th Parliament of Australia. The Labor Party, led by PM Anthony Albanese defeated the incumbent Liberal/National Coalition government led by Prime Minister Scott Morrison who was contesting for a fourth consecutive office term. Winning 77 seats in the House of Representatives, the Australian Labor Party achieved a majority government for the first time since 2007. Anthony Albanese was sworn in as Prime Minister on 23 May 2022.

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