Today’s Courier-Mail brings a gruesome poll result for Anna Bligh, showing her 12-year-old administration giving the 15-year-old one south of the border a run for its money in the unpopularity stakes. The Galaxy survey of 800 respondents has Labor’s vote at just 28 per cent against 48 per cent for the Liberal National Party, with 4 per cent marching from the former to the latter since the last such poll five months ago. The Greens are steady on 16 per cent. Anna Bligh has recorded a lethal disapproval rating of 70 per cent with only 25 per cent approval, and now trails John-Paul Langbroek as preferred premier 49 per cent to 35 per cent. Langbroek has moved to a positive net approval rating with 41 per cent approval and 39 per cent disapproval. The LNP’s two-party lead is 60-40, which if anything would be flattering for Labor in light of the state’s optional preferential voting system. The margin of error on the poll is around 3.5 per cent. Hat tip, as always, to GhostWhoVotes.