Labor still holds a commanding eight-point lead over the Morrison Government in the two-party preferred vote meaning it would easily win government, according to the latest Newspoll.
The ALP has held its 54-46 lead over the Coalition despite its primary vote dropping one point to 38 per cent from last week.
While 38 per cent of Australians are satisfied with Anthony Albanese’s performance more people, at 49 per cent, are disappointed with the Labor leader.
Meanwhile 53 per cent of voters are dissatisfied with the prime minister’s performance managing to impress only 42 per cent.
Scott Morrison also leads in the better prime minister category with 43 per cent of people thinking he still has what it takes to lead the country.
Mr Albanese falls one point behind at 42 per cent of people who think he is a better PM and 15 per cent are undecided.
Pauline Hanson’s One Nation was the only party to enjoy a primary vote rise, lifting one point to six per cent.
The Newspoll conducted for The Australian surveyed 1532 people across the country between Tuesday and Friday.