Via The Guardian:
Scott Morrison is battling rolling ructions inside his government and sustained opprobrium from voters after a summer of catastrophic fires, and now floods, with the latest Guardian Essential poll confirming the prime minister remains in the political doldrums.
Morrison’s approval stood at 45% at the end of 2019, but slumped five points in January as Australians battled terrible bushfires. This fortnight, Morrison’s approval sits on 39%, and more than half the sample, 52%, disapprove of his performance.
While Morrison led the Labor leader, Anthony Albanese, as preferred prime minister decisively last November (44% to 28%) before disaster struck, the Guardian Essential sample now has the two leaders neck-and-neck on 36%, with 28% unsure.
Problem is, preferred leaders are largely irrelevent to TPP outcomes.
Get back to the proper polling, I say. Being wrong sometimes is aall a part of it.