The NSW Government has taken a beating in the latest opinion poll after a tumultuous month, which saw a dramatic reshuffling of party members, and a new leader sworn in.
The Newspoll, published in The Australian, shows primary support for the NSW Government fell four percentage points in the past fortnight to 26 percent, compared to the Coalition’s 44 percent.
Newly elected leader, Kristina Keneally has also taken a beating, with 45 percent believing she will be the same kind of leader as Nathan Rees.
On a two-party preferred basis 59 percent of voters back the Coalition, while 41 percent support Labor.
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