Scott Morrison has lowest level of support as Prime Minister since devastating 2020 bushfire season

Scott Morrison sees lowest level of support as prime minister since devastating 2020 bushfire season – but coalition is still the party of choice

  • Support for both Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Labor leader Anthony Albanese slipped
  • Morrison’s approval rating has fallen 3% to 46 . since August
  • Meanwhile, Labor’s primary vote fell by two points to 38 percent










Support for both Prime Minister Scott Morrison and opposition leader Anthony Albanese has fallen in the latest News Poll, as the coalition has regained some ground from Labour.

Morrison’s approval rating has fallen three percentage points to 46 percent since August in the latest poll published by The Australian, as lockdowns drag on in NSW and Victoria.

It is the lowest net level of personal support from the Prime Minister since the Black Summer wildfires of 2020.

It is the lowest net level of personal support from the Prime Minister since the Black Summer wildfires of 2020

Mr Albanian’s approval rating also fell three percentage points to 37 percent.

Morrison still holds a 47-35 lead over the Labor leader as Prime Minister of choice, but the margin has narrowed from 50-34 in the latest poll, published on Aug. 30.

Meanwhile, Labor’s primary vote fell by two points to 38 percent, while that of the Coalition rose by one point to 37 percent.

Mr Albanian's approval score also fell three percentage points to 37 percent

Mr Albanian’s approval score also fell three percentage points to 37 percent

In a two-party contest, Labor now leads the coalition 53-47, compared to 54-46 in the latest poll.

Support for the Greens remained stable at 10 percent and One Nation also held at three percent.

The other smaller parties gained one percentage point to 12 percent.

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