Oh dear, it looks like Big Daddy isn't nearly as popular as he'd like to think -- colour me so not shocked.
Thirty per cent said there isn't anything they like about the prime minister, compared with 15 per cent who said there isn't anything they dislike. When it came to specifics, eight per cent said they like the fact that he's a strong leader, five per cent said he's honest, four per cent like his policies and four per cent said he gets things done.
But 11 per cent said the [sic] didn't like the fact that he breaks promises, eight per cent called him arrogant, six per cent said he's too controlling or power-hungry, and five per cent said they just don't like his attitude. Harper's scores on all the leading indicators of personal dislike were worse in the latest poll than they were when the same questions were asked in Nov. 2007.
The total numbers of people expressing displeasure at any one trait may be modest, but Nanos said the underlying trend is clear. "He's taken a personal hit on his image . . . The people that don't like the prime minister are much more passionate than the people who like him."
Poor, poor Big Daddy -- this must feel like high school all over again.