It was also found that the satisfaction with Rudd dropped four points from the survey taken at the beginning  of the election campaign. Voter dissatisfaction with him has jumped six points to 54 percent, while opposition leader Tony Abbott's dissatisfaction rating fell just one point to 51 per cent.
Rudd's satisfaction rating is the lowest it has been since returning to the Labor leadership. Abbott has managed to hike his satisfaction rating which rose three points to 41 percent.
Labor's primary support is also at its lowest level since Rudd wrested the Prime Minister's job back. The opposition coalition now leads the Labor party on primary support 47 per cent to 34.
Labor has also fallen further behind the coalition on a two-party preferred basis, with the coalition now holding a 54 to 46 percent lead.
Rudd, 55, a former diplomat, ousted Julia Gillard as Prime Minister in June in a bold party-room coup to revive the government's public support following a prolonged poll slump under Gillard.


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