Victoria's Labor government is leading the coalition ahead of next month's state election, a poll shows.
The Andrews government has a two-party preferred vote of 52 per cent, against the coalition on 48 per cent, the ReachTel survey of 1239 voters taken on October 3, and published in The Age on Monday, found.
That's an improvement from July when the vote was 51 to 49 per cent, in the government's favour.
In the seat of South West Coast, things are heating up with preferences a key talking point this week.
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