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The coalition faces a growing challenge in the next general election after falling to its lowest level since regaining power in May 2019.
The prime minister took a blow from Western Australians in the latest poll as his approval rating dropped from 37 percent to 22 percent in the past two weeks
Scott Morrison has a big problem that many people miss - and it could spell disaster in the next general election.
At his first G7 meeting, Scott Morrison looked like Nelly-No-Mates - but it's a completely different story for the Australian Prime Minister this time around.
Australian voters have given Josh Frydenberg's budget the highest approval since the days of Peter Costello, but withheld a boost ahead of the elections.
. . Prime Minister Scott Morrison's approval ratings are up two points to 66 percent, the highest since July and August, according to the latest Newspoll.
. . Two-thirds of respondents in the last poll of the year said they were satisfied with Prime Minister Scott Morrison's performance, reflecting his handling of COVID-19.
. . Support for Scott Morrison has reached its highest level in four months when politicians land in Canberra for the final session of the year.
Labor leader Anthony Albanese hesitated whether the Labor Party would call for legislative cuts if it won the next election, but said it was 'very difficult to discuss' for them
Having to play nicely in the face of fires and viruses was not suitable for the Leader of the Opposition, but now he is much more comfortable