http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/mo...23pc-in-north/comments-fn7x8me2-1226124044119 Labor support slumps to 23pc in north UPDATE 10.50am: LABOR is attempting to play down the results of a new poll, which shows Kevin Rudd would be its only Queensland MP if an election was held now. Deputy Prime Minister Wayne Swan would be among those swept from office if, as the exclusive Galaxy Poll finds, the ALP's Lower House seats tally in Queensland plunged from seven to one. Wider ramifications for the Gillard Government are stark - its worst states could deliver enough seats on their own for a Coalition victory. Most recent polls show Victoria is the only state where Labor is ahead on the two-party vote. Another Queensland Labor MP, Trade Minister Craig Emerson, said the government was focused on its policy work. Dr Emerson said comparisons to the anger of voters in 1975 were unfair. "I think obviously there is some annoyance with Labor and there's also annoyance with the coalition," he told ABC Radio. Read full story = = = = = Judging by some of the reader comments to that news story, Labor (and particularly Julia G) is on the nose. Was this inevitable due to forming a minority government with the Greens and independents? Does that mean the Libs would have suffered the same fate? How much is hookergate hurting the Government? This is a fascinating time in National politics.