A defiant Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd warned Monday not to write him off as a new poll showed his popularity slumping barely three weeks away from elections.
Australia PM Kevin Rudd sits with Ronan Martin while visiting a children’s medical research institute on August 18, 2013. Rudd has warned voters not to write him off, as a poll three weeks ahead of the election shows support is slipping.
After a fortnight of relentless campaigning, a Newspoll for The Australian newspaper showed voter satisfaction with him at 35 percent, down four points, while conservative rival Tony Abbott saw a three-point jump to 41 percent.
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