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Turnbull likes 💗 💗 💗 Scott Morrison’s falling poll numbers

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Thanks to reader JM for the tip.

The Australian has now taken up on the story too.

Isn't Turnbull a prick!!!!!!!!!!!!?

Turnbull likes negative polling tweet as Morrison shrugs off Newspoll

Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull. Picture: Sean Davey
Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull. Picture: Sean Davey

 

Scott Morrison has brushed off his descent into negative personal polling territory in today’s Newspoll after Malcolm Turnbull liked a tweet showing the Prime Minister’s numbers going down.

For the first time in his nine weeks as prime minister, Mr Morrison’s dissatisfaction ratings are bigger than his satisfaction ratings at 44 per cent of voters disapproving of his performance compared to 41 per cent approving.

Malcolm Turnbull's twitter account 'likes' the latest Newspoll results. Source: Twitter
Malcolm Turnbull's twitter account 'likes' the latest Newspoll results. Source: Twitter

“These things bounce around and that’s the case for all politicians. But it just doesn’t distract me from the job I have,” Mr Morrison told K Rock FM in Geelong.

 

“When you become prime minister in the way that I did, I wasn’t planning for that to occur at that time, but when you have to step up for the leadership as I did, you just get on with the job and the people you’re trying to help.

“I frankly don’t have the time to focus on those sorts of things.”

The government is also facing a wipe-out at the next election according to Newspoll with Labor’s two-party-preferred lead over the Coalition increasing by one point to 54 per cent versus 46 for the government.

Today’s Newspoll results would be concerning for most Coalition backers. But former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has liked a tweet which showed the preferred prime minister gap between Mr Morrison and Bill Shorten closing.

Mr Turnbull appeared to remove his like of the Newspoll tweet later in the morning.

Mr Morrison still leads as preferred prime minister at 43 per cent of respondents, but that is down 2 points from the last Newspoll.

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