"Preferred PM" is always skewed in favour of the sitting PM. It's a pointless metric. I'm still annoyed that Shorten didn't get his chance. He'd have been a thousand times better than Morrison. Look at all the rorts and corruption this government has brought us, just shameful.
Whilst you can't always read too much into polls, support for the Morrison Government is pretty damn low.
Interestingly (or not so) Labor is the preferred party, but Morrison still leads as preferred PM. How this will translate at the election will be interesting.
I think its clear Australia doesn't think Albo will be an effective PM. The Labor party seriously needs to consider changing leaders if they want to win the next election.