Latest Newspoll shows Tony Abbott’s Popularity Crashes Right Across Australia
- Tony Abbott’s approval dives right across Australia
- Now Universally hated in every Australian State
- Leadership spill speculation resurfaces as PM’s leadership considered a train wreck
***AN EXLCUSIVE GUTTER TRASH EXCLUSIVE RESEARCH INVESTIGATIVE POLL ANALYSIS REPORT!!!***
Supporters of Australia’s raw onion eating Prime Minister Abbott were buoyed by the last Newspoll that showed a small bounce in Mr Abbott’s approval rating.
However that glimmer of hope has all but evaporated with a new Newspoll published today confirming that the PM’s net approval rating has dived 35 points since Christmas and that Mr Abbott now lags Bill Shorten as better Prime Minister in all States for the first time.
The only bright spot for the Prime Minister in the poll is in the bogan State of Queensland, where support for the Abbott government has risen to a 12-month high.
South Australia tells a different story, where satisfaction with Mr Abbott’s performance has fallen to 19 per cent – the worst rating for any Prime Minister in any State for 20 years.
South Australia, home State of Christopher “the fixer” Pyne has witnessed a litany of Coalition blunders from confusion over the Government’s so-called “competitive ovulation process” for the construction of Australia’s next submarine fleet, and voter anger over auto industry assistance being promised, cut, then partially reinstated again, long after the horse has bolted.
According to the Newspoll, support for the Coalition in WA has fallen six points since Christmas to 38 per cent, giving the party its lowest primary vote in the State for 15 years.
In contrast, Labor’s primary vote in Western Australia has risen seven points to 37 per cent, a five-year high, giving it a two-party lead of 54 per cent to 46 per cent.
In Queensland, the Abbott government is tied with Labor on a two-party preferred basis, while Labor leads in Victoria by 59-41 and South Australia by 53-47.
In NSW, where Coalition Premier Mike Baird recently secured a resounding State election victory, Labor has a two-party preferred lead of 54 per cent to the Abbott government’s 46 per cent.
Bill Shorten, meanwhile, is now rated better Prime Minister in all Australian States.
The Opposition Leader is ahead of Mr Abbott 40-31 in Western Australia, 49-30 in Victoria, 40-36 in Queensland, 44-35 in NSW and 46-33 in South Australia.