The Yes vote support slumps further ahead of October 14

With less than three weeks until the Voice to Parliament referendum takes place, The Yes camp is reeling following another blow with a new poll showing support has slumped to its lowest level yet.

The latest opinion poll by Newspoll shows the “Yes” vote losing another 2 points to just 36 per cent, as it seems obvious that the Yes campaign have failed to generate the momentum they expected ahead of October 14.

The poll shows that opposition to the referendum has risen a further three points to 56 per cent.

The swing to the No vote has occurred across all demographic indicators, especially among younger voters, who have been the strongest supporters. At the start of the year, support for the Voice among this group was almost 70 per cent.

Support has fallen five points to 50 per cent among the 18-to-34 age group, with a four point rise to 41 per cent for the no vote.

The latest poll shows a decline in support among Labor voters, falling from 61 per cent to 56 per cent.

Support among women has fallen from 41 per cent to 36 per cent, while people saying they would vote no has risen nine points to 57 per cent.