HIGH-profile Labor figures Wayne Swan and Kevin Rudd could both lose their seats at the next election as Labor's support crashes to a new low in Queensland.
According to a Galaxy poll published in News Ltd papers, Labor's support has dropped to 28% - a 21 month low.
The News Ltd report said 43% of the party supporters are prepared to change their vote in Queensland, compared to only 30% for LNP supporters.
The LNP's primary vote remains steady at 46%.
According to the report, even Kevin Rudd's electorate of Griffith - Labor's safest in Queensland with a margin of 8.5% - would be a challenge for the party to hold.
Mr Swan, who went to Nambour High with Mr Rudd, is facing a similar battle for political survival.
With the timeless charm of a Colonial style home, but all the modern conveniences of a new residence, the 'Summer House' is the perfect place to call home. Set at...
Join the Community.
Get your local news, your way.
Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.