Just when it seems that Malcolm’s approval ratings cannot get any worse, they do.
The latest Herald/Nielsen poll shows Mr Rudd’s approval rating has risen to 74 per cent as Labor forges a crushing lead over the Coalition.
It reveals the electorate has stuck overwhelmingly with Mr Rudd and Labor since the global financial crisis began to bite into jobs and growth.
In an alarming turn for Mr Turnbull, more voters now disapprove of the job he is doing as Opposition Leader than approve.
I really suspect that the voters know that the GFC was not and is not caused by anything that is happening in this country. And that any attempt by the opposition to label this a “Rudd Recession” is clearly seen as cheap politics by the electorate.
Wont someone think of the conservatives?