The Courier-Mail has published another of its roughly-monthly 800-sample Galaxy polls of Queensland state voting intention, and it maintains an established trend in giving the LNP a 54-46 two-party lead. On the primary vote, the LNP holds a commanding lead of 43 per cent to 34 per cent. The poll provides all sorts of bad news for Anna Bligh personally, with 53 per cent saying she should stand aside as leader although she remains well ahead of any potential rivals on the question of preferred Labor leader. Bligh’s disapproval rating is at a disastrous 62 per cent, with only 32 per cent approving. She is also placed last in an interesting question on who has been the best out of the state’s past four premiers, which has Peter Beattie on 39 per cent, Wayne Goss on 35 per cent, Rob Borbidge on 9 per cent and Bligh on 6 per cent. Both Bligh and Opposition Leader John-Paul Langbroek are up a point on preferred premier, with Bligh maintaining a one-point lead of 41-40.