GhostWhoVotes reports that Galaxy (courtesy of the Courier-Mail) has arrived with the first poll of state voting intention since the Queensland election, and finds the new LNP government enjoying a honeymoon spike on top of their astronomical election result. The LNP leads Labor 54% to 23% on the primary vote, compared with 49.7% and 26.7%, and 67-33 on two-party preferred, compared with 63.1-36.9 (the Greens are at 10% and Katter’s Australian Party at 7%, compared with 12.5% and 11.5% at the election). Campbell Newman also has a thumping 72-15 lead over Annastacia Palaszczuk in the debut preferred premier result for them both. For all that, Palaszczuk’s debut personal ratings of 38% approval and 18% disapproval are surprisingly strong, accounting for the inevitably enormous uncommitted rating, but not nearly so strong as Newman, on 64% approval and 19% disapproval. I presume the sample size was 800, for a margin of error of about 3.5%.