It is already being said the Victorian opposition will have to “pull off a political miracle” to win the next state election in November 2022, according to Sky News host Peta Credlin.

The first major Newspoll since 2018 has the Labor Party at 58 per cent of the two-party preferred vote compared to the Coalition at 42 per cent.

The Labor Party’s primary vote stands at 44 per cent compared to the Coalition at 36 per cent.

Ms Credlin discussed the issue with The Australian’s Associate Editor John Ferguson.

“I think there is a clear problem with the opposition and more than anything how people perceive the opposition,” Mr Ferguson said.

“I think part of what’s happening is … the people amongst the 36 per cent of Coalition supporters they are very, very vocal and they are out there and they’re creating a perception that there’s this big backlash against Daniel Andrews.

“But it’s not in big enough numbers and I think that’s where I’d be really concerned if I were Matthew Guy the state leader.”

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