Via The Australian comes the Nats invisible man:
Internal Nationals polling shows the party will struggle to hold the regional NSW seats of Cowper and Page at the federal election, and party leader Michael McCormack is virtually unknown to voters and poorly rated by those who are aware of him.
Polling conducted for the party in NSW before Christmas confirmed fears that Cowper — being vacated by Luke Hartsuyker — was at risk of falling to independent candidate Rob Oakeshott, while Kevin Hogan was under siege in Page.
The pollsters found Mr McCormack, who replaced Barnaby Joyce as Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister nearly 12 months ago, was “near invisible” to voters, but those who had heard of him were more likely to be dissatisfied with his performance.
Leadership change anyone? Lol.