Support for the federal government has risen to an 18-month high in Tony Abbott’s home state of NSW but the Coalition continues to struggle in Victoria and South Australia.
An analysis of Newspolls conducted for The Australian over the past three months shows Labor’s support in NSW has tumbled to its lowest level since before the 2013 election and recent gains in Western Australia have been lost, but the ALP’s support in Queensland has reached a five-year high.
The June quarter analysis of 5771 voters surveyed by Newspoll shows satisfaction with Mr Abbott’s performance as prime minister rose in every state, among men and women and in every age group.
Perhaps Mr Abbott can be Prime Minster of NSW. I’m sure there is a fresh national June polling result buried in there somewhere, and I imagine it’s not too good given the preference for a quarterly assessment.
Meanwhile, at Roy Morgan the Government is up a little but still well behind:
And my own chart of first term PMs:
Still holding some post Abbottalypse gains but far from a winner.