Odds are against a second Napthine term, bookies say

Newspoll has Labor leading Denis Napthine's Coalition 54 to 46 per cent on a two-party preferred basis. Fairfax-Nielsen has the same measure at 59 to 41 per cent.

Newspoll has Labor leading Denis Napthine's Coalition 54 to 46 per cent on a two-party preferred basis. Fairfax-Nielsen has the same measure at 59 to 41 per cent.

BOOKMAKERS tip the Napthine Government will lose the November state election, with odds for a second term unfavourable.

The figures coincide with the release of Newspoll and Fairfax-Nielsen polls out Thursday morning, which predicted the same outcome.

Newspoll has Labor leading the Coalition 54 to 46 per cent on a two-party preferred basis. Fairfax-Nielsen has the same measure at 59 to 41 per cent.

Betting agencies have placed South West Coast at $1.10 for the Coalition (out from $1.02) to $6 for Labor (in from $10) even though no Labor candidate has been preselected.

Polwarth is at $1.02 to be retained by the Coalition with $10 for Labor while Lowan is at $1.01 to $12 for Labor.

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