Bill Shorten's popularity hits all-time low

SARAH Motherwellaap

BILL Shorten's popularity has hit an all-time low despite his party pulling further ahead in the two-party preferred stakes.

The latest Newspoll has Labor leading the Coalition 53% to 47%, with Labor up one percentage point since the last poll.

But the net satisfaction rating of the Opposition Leader (pictured) has plummeted to minus 32%, compared to Tony Abbott's minus 27%.

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