Will 301 Redirect Pass on Google Rank

I currently have a domain that appears at number one for a not too popular search term (BUSY Schools) In Australia and want to know if I put in place a 301 Redirect to a newer domain that is associated with the same company that is just one month old, if this will take its place at number one.

It’s a new business called “Busy Schools”.

Google rank isn’t a fixed thing. It changes depending on the location of the person searching, their search history and other factors. Search results are also largely dependent on the content of the page, and its calculated relevance to the search term.

If the new page has the exact same content as the old page, then it would probably rank pretty highly. If not … sdesole