Bit slow on the uptake with this one, but it turns out that Queensland Galaxy poll also inquired about state voting intention, and it found the Liberal National Party with a two-party lead of 55-45. The result is even grimmer for Labor on the primary vote, given that optional preferential voting will deprive it of many Greens preferences: Labor is on 32 per cent against 44 per cent for the LNP and 16 per cent for the Greens. This in fact marks an improvement for Labor on the previous such poll in February, when Labor were on 31 per cent to 48 per cent for the LNP and 13 per cent for the Greens, with two-party preferred at 59-41. Equally importantly, Anna Bligh has recorded terminal personal ratings of 25 per cent approval (down three) and 69 per cent disapproval (up five). It will come as little comfort to the government that John-Paul Langbroek is also up six points on disapproval to 44 per cent, as he leads Bligh as preferred premier 43 per cent (up one) to 36 per cent (down one). A remarkable 85 per cent expressed opposition to the government’s asset sales, against 12 per cent support.